Rocky Mountain High.

Now that it has warmed up, I’ve been sleeping with my window open and every morning for the last week or two I’ve been awakened by songbirds.  As I lay awake, way too early, it almost feels like I’m waking up on the trail in my tent.  Before I fall back to sleep (worked on […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On April 21, 2009
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Now that it has warmed up, I’ve been sleeping with my window open and every morning for the last week or two I’ve been awakened by songbirds.  As I lay awake, way too early, it almost feels like I’m waking up on the trail in my tent.  Before I fall back to sleep (worked on the evening shift last night), I can hear John Denver’s Rocky Mountain High melodies in easing me back to sleep.  Ahh, then I remember that I need to post some of my Rocky Mountain and related hiking pictures I have.  But first here is John Denver;

My parents played John Denver quite a lot when I was a kid.  I wonder if that had any influence on my desire to get out and enjoy the outdoors.

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Here is a link to help you plan a British Columbia backcountry Rocky Mountain Adventure.  The link goes to backcountry cabins and huts list.

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