Storyteller Travel Blog

What they unfolded was the truth about the first people of this land, that in fact maybe they weren't so 'primitive'. As we walked the edge and stared at the ruins we imagined them not much different than us now, except they of course didn't have technology. At least they didn't have cell phones and computers but we are sure they communicated, maybe through scouts or drumming from one mountain top to another?

Hollis found themselves woken in what could be defined as 'the dead of night' with no signs of the sun and not much noise. Except Hollis noticed something outside the tent, making the entire ground rumble beneath them. As Hollis' eyes got larger and the part moon shined just enough shadow/light for Hollis to know there was a bear just outside the tent.

We are grateful for a quiet drive into the wilderness. As we approach the end and enter the parking lot we are delighted to be one of about ten cars in the parking lot! Everything is certainly closed for the season but the views are still accessible. We park and take off to see the view with eagerness