Monday, September 16, 2013


A rough, well weathered Jeep trail that climbs for two twisty, bouncy miles, takes you up near the timber line, and, Lefthand Reservoir.  Wildlife and mushroom hunters may be encountered along the way.


Betty and Poco getting ready to come down off of the earthen dam structure.


A look at the reservoir. That’s the Indian Peaks Wilderness in the background.


A map overview of where we are at. As you can see it is up high and there are plenty of lakes. Check out the elevations of those peaks in the background of the reservoir.


Kenny And Angela's Adventure said...

We are looking for a gig next summer how is the work and pay with AL&L?

mountainborn said...

Hi K & A ! We have been with AL&L for five Summers in a row. We like it just fine. We prefer the higher more remote campgrounds in the Rocky Mountains. Our 500 watts of solar and battery bank makes it nice for us up high in the old growth fir and spruce forest. AL&L folks are good to work with.

Richard Lawry said...

That's a beautiful area. It has been many years since I have been there.

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