It was my last day in Colorado and I didn’t know where I was going. Not because I was lost, but I wasn’t driving and I know nothing about the geography of Colorado. I was with my friend from college, I feel old writing that, and she was in charge of where we went. I was just along for the ride.
“Tut tut, it looks like rain!” came to mind that day. It was cloudy, a bit chilly, but nothing too terrible. We drove around for a few hours making a few pit stops for food or pictures, went through a few small towns, and went up into the mountains a bit.
I think we ended up wandering around Allen Park, but I’m honestly not sure what it was actually called. I liked it though. There was a lake with a trail right around it then up in the trees and hills was another trail which was a bit hard to find at some points.
We didn’t go too far on it though, as I said before, tut tut! It was already sprinkling a bit and we really didn’t want to get stuck in a downpour with cameras. Might put a damper on things.
I enjoyed it here though and would like to go back for more hiking. That was what I really liked about Colorado, there were tons of places to wander and hike. I love both of those things, very much.
Have you been to Allen Park, Colorado? Is this it? Which picture is your favorite? Where else should I go in Colorado?