Rio Grande National Forest, South Fork, Colorado

A ranger recommended this meadow and we were thrilled with the view!

Perhaps this rock outcropping had a name.

We realized we were sharing the home of these wild turkeys – we saw the same group every day.

They are not exactly cute but they are interesting.

Even though the rain clouds were moving in, we still had a nice sunset.

We decided we should explore that rock outcropping.

Great views – and of the Travato in its camp spot also!

We drove to see this site by the reservoir.

This gorgeous Douglas Fir is the biggest tree found in the Rio Grande National Forest .

Everything about it is large!

We took another near by hike and enjoyed some wild flowers like this pretty rose.

Words to remember!

Back to camp with time to enjoy another nice sunset.

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