Aster. Party palace for honeybees. Some were just passed-out sitting on a flower… w other bees like, “u gonna finish that?
Out of about 2,000 photos that Mike and I took, I think this is the only one that shows both of us. Here are a few more non-climbing shots showing just how incredibly awesome the scenery is.
There’s a great roadside, sport climbing area across the street from Mary’s Lake in Estes Park.
A few more photos from our drive up/into Estes Park Colorado.
On August 23rd, I took a drive up Flagstaff Road. Spectacular views! Here’s a few more photos I selected as I’ve been filing photography.
Our climb of the third Flatiron was leisurely enough that we took a lot of photographs. As I’ve been going through them, I’ve carved out a second set of must-see shots.
Weekend prep: Highland Park and ‘gar.
We were in Eldorado Canyon on three separate days. These photos are from Wednesday the 20th, when we went in to climb the Wind Ridge route on the Wind Tower. As you approach Eldorado Canyon, you’re driving into the “front range”. You leave the Flatirons to your right, and wind your way into the canyon.
I left this quote on my desk when I left for Colorado. …and what a challenge it was!