Saturday, June 13, 2015

The Early Blogger gets...

The Peak to himself. I hit the Grey Rock Trail a few hours post sunrise. It was cool, quiet and the only living things besides me was green. (Be mindful of the poison ivy). 

There was water flowing everywhere! 

The Grey Rock Trail was originally constructed by the Civilian Conservation Core in the 1930's.
Roosevelt's Tree Army did an admirable job with all their projects. This trail is no exception.
Strong Work! Gentlemen!

Grey Rock (7,513") is a National Recreation Trail. 
It was crazy busy by the time I descended. How busy was it Jeff?

There was a "Wait List" for reaching the summit. 

"Smith Party of four, your peak is waiting!"

Foreign visitors were on the "Will Call" List. 

Cheers from Fort Collins, Colorado 

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