In the last post, we saw Rocky Mountain National Park turn black, white, and shades of gray during an intense thunderstorm. It was another day on our vagabonding journey across the 39th parallel, a trip that explored the geology across Nevada, Utah and Colorado last July. I've been expounding on our discoveries off and on ever since. We managed to score a campsite for a second night in Rocky Mountain National Park, which gave us time for a short hike into the realm of the glaciers.
bit of magic on a walk around Bear Lake, one of the most popular stops in the park, and we decided we wanted to explore a bit higher, closer to the origins of the glaciers that once existed in the park.