The continuing adventures of a fulltime RVer.
I know what you mean about scary drive--I did it on a Harley. Lots of blind switchbacks and goats in the road!
Congrats on your 14er. Looks to be well worth the climb.
Wonderful Pictures! That outer edge would cause a greater lack of oxygen for me than the altitude - I wonder what shade of blue I would have turned by the time we were away from edges like that :)
Those little goats were sure cute.
Wow - love your pictures. Especially of you at the top!!!! But the goats are really cute - even shedding.
Congrats on your "climb!" Uh, are you OK? You seem to be straggling behind. Oh, you taking photos! :-)Love the photos of the mountain goats!
What a great place to visit! Thanks for sharing these terrific pics.
How very beautiful! Love it! You inspire me to get out there more!
Congratulations Diana! Got my header changed per your advice.
HELL YEAH!! Love it, you rock Diana!Your photos are inspiring and the sheep and goats are soooo wonderful! That lake is so blueeee.
The last time I was atop Mt. Evans I was a teenager, and it was snowing! :)
Congrats on your first 14er ... the others will be a piece of cake. Gorgeous scenery; and aren't those mountain goats cute. We saw them roadside a few years back in Jasper NP.
Congratulations!!! What an accomplishment! It wouldn't do me any good to put that on my bucket list because it will never happen. Beautiful pictures. Thank you for sharing your adventure through them and through your words.
That is amaqzing that they built those restrooms for the mountain goats. Even more amazing is they stand in line waiting to use them.
Congratulations...14000 ft, I'd have to travel a long way to get to something like that.
Wow - those pictures are breathtaking! I can imagine how glorious it must be to actually be there. Tell Uncle Phil I said hi and don't fall off the side of the mountain! :)
Hi Diana.....found you at Sandie's.....although we are not full timers, I'm always so interested in someone who is. Beautiful spot you are in.....BTW what state are you hiking in....I did not read it in your post?Jo
I don't know, Diana, those lakes don't look anything like Chicago to me! What fun to see the baby goats, were they waiting in line too or are they not toilet trained yet?
LOL Love it up there .. great pic of the momma & baby Mtn. Goat & congrats on that 14er
Congrats on your first 14er. Great pics!
Congrats on your first 14er!! How long did it take you to climb it? Maybe someday, but right now I prefer to drive up the mountains - LOL
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