Not alot of flowers and then u have to be able to have a place to pull over when u actually SEE them and u are supposed to be watching the road and not the side of the road, right??
2nd day made it to Rocky Mountain National Park, have wanted to see it in forever., and it was spectacular and nabbed a campsite right away only a couple miles inside the park. Oh and the Senior Pass is GREAT to have was free to get in then 1/2 price on a tent spot so only $10, which saved me all kinds of money for the turquoise bracelet i HAD to have at a gift shop :)
This the view out my side door of my site in the park
Awoke to visitors in the park!!!!
I have learned to pay attention, sorry to that person in Arvada, Co i almost ran into, u have to look to the left when going left to the gas station, even if u might be close to empty.
There was a sign on one small valley that had deep deep walls of rock and lovely stream at the bottom, " If flooding occurs climb out of danger" Well, yes, i suppose one would.
Wild flowers only grow in places where there is absolutely NO place to pull over and inches from a 10,000 ft drop-off!
Two days sleeping in the back of the car is alot!! Last night it got pretty cold too!
Take Care and God Bless All
This is truly a wondrous place we live in, The United States of America!!
And for Judy... "The End"