To celebrate our 10th anniversary, the wife and I decided to spend a few days in the Lake City area (30 June through 2 July). Fortunately, one of the Grandmas was able to keep our 4 and 2 year old, so we could have a much needed rest. Plenty of reports here covering this region, but I figured a few more pictures of it can't hurt.
Unsure of how busy the area might be with the holiday approaching, we decided to stay in a campground a little ways away from the Alpine Loop, near Slumgullion Pass:
We settled on Deer Lakes, which was wasn't bad for being a developed CG.
There are several small lakes, making this a popular spot for fishing. We also got to see a pair of moose taking their evening meal - seemed to be a mother and calf, but we didn't think they'd appreciate us getting closer to ask:
A view from above the lakes and campground area, looking south:
We spent Saturday afternoon just hanging around camp - napping, snacking, and reading uninterrupted are our luxurious activities these days!