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Rocky Mountain National Park

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BC: Created by Donna Wilson Photography by Donna & Glenn Wilson

FC: October 2011

1: Our condo in Fraser, Colorado and the view around.

2: Black-billed Magpie

3: Inside the condo

4: Fall is here!

6: Shadow Mountain Lake

8: Everyone must take time to sit and watch the leaves turn.

9: Douglas, Denise, Donna & Glenn

10: Grand Lake

12: Adams Falls

14: In the Kawuneehe Valley

15: Colorado River

17: Fairview Curve

20: Gray Jay

21: Lake Irene

22: Lake Irene

25: Alpine Visitor Center | Coyote in the museum

26: Bull Elk in the valley from the Alpine center,

27: Along the roadside

28: Tracking down the moose | Watch for moose droppings

29: Silvercreek, where we stayed many years ago in the Winter.

34: Elevation 11,796 ft.

36: Lava Cliff

37: Alpine Visitor Center from higher up

39: Rock Cut

41: Marmot

43: Rainbow Curve | Steller's Jay | Clark's Nutcracker

45: Golden Aspen leaves

47: Nature gives to every season, a beauty all its own. - Charles Dickens

50: Look who's coming to lunch

51: Mule Deer

53: Hidden Valley | Bull Elk

55: Bear Lake

57: Hiking to the falls

58: Leaves blowing in the wind

59: Coyote | Alberta Falls

60: Elk

61: Driving along the east side of park to Estes Park

63: Fall is here! | Golden Canyon State Park | in the visitors center

64: Lots of color

65: St. Marlo

66: Long Peaks

67: Estes Park

68: Driving along Old Fall River Road | (One way up; closed in winter) | Stopping traffic

69: Chasm Falls

71: Below the Alpine Visitor Center

72: A Herd of Elk

73: All traffic stops

74: Mule Deer | Elk visiting the camping grounds

75: The enactment of prohibition in Colorado in 1916 forced John Holzwarth Sr., then a Denver saloonkeeper, to start over as a subsistence rancher. His new homestead, 8 miles north of Grand Lake, was established in 1917, The ranch never materialized, but with the completion of the Fall River Road over the Continental Divide in 1920, John joined other valley residents in serving the increasing numbers of mountain travelers. Thus the Holzwarth's Trout Lodge was born.

76: Poudre Lake

78: Hiking on the Ute Trail. A surprise snowfall.

79: Driving down from the Alpine Visitor Center. | Elk on the move

82: Lake Irene

83: Elk resting after the snow fall

84: Blue Bird

86: Winter wonder land

87: Our last day we found our Moose

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