Rocky Mountains to Dinosaur

October 5 – 12, 2017 ~ Solo travels winter 2017/2018

My last day of work was October 5, 2017. The store I worked in was cutting back on hours, and would soon cut down on days and the number of staff, and eventually would only be open a few days a week. That is the reality of a tourist town like Estes Park. Year-round, full-time jobs are few and far between and I accepted that fact many years ago, and it’s one of the many reasons I choose to live in a vehicle. I work the summer, don’t pay any rent, and save enough up to get through the winter.

Fall had arrived very early in the Colorado Rockies this year, and there were a number of mornings I awoke to see snow frosting the mountains in Rocky Mountain National Park, and even in town. It was time to leave. On October 8, 2017, I said “see you down the road,” to my friends, and set out for a new adventure.

Here are the first few days of my trip in pictures (October 5 – 12). Hover over them to see where I’m at.

This covers the first few days of my travels during the winter on 2017/2018. There is more to come…

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5 responses to “Rocky Mountains to Dinosaur

  1. Pingback: Dinosaur National Monument to Teton National Park In Pictures ~ Solo Travels Winter 2017-2018 ~ Part 2 | Nomad for Nature·

  2. Pingback: Dinosaur National Monument to Teton National Park In Pictures ~ Solo Travels Winter 2017-2018 ~ Part 2 | Nomad for Nature·

  3. I’ve been to Colorado a number of times, but have yet to visit any of these beautiful places! Thanks for sharing it with us.

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