This long and high cascade was a little off the beaten track in the Rocky Mountain National Park but it was well worth the look. It was a very short hike from the parking area. There were only a few other people there enjoying the sight when we were there, but it was fairly early in the morning.
This lovely wildflower was blooming right beside this torrent of water.
It was here that we saw an Abert's squirrel and, conveniently enough, this sign to identify it for us. The one we saw was solid black, but those ear tufts are very noticeable.
The S of SNB is a kindergarten teacher in a public school in Tallahassee, Florida. Her better half is B. He is self-employed as a lawnscaper. They have two fine adult sons --and an amazing daughter-by-marriage. They are the grandparents of one delightful little boy and his sweet, infant sister!