WASHINGTON — We stopped in our tracks on the shoreline to watch two giant pelicans effortlessly soar over our heads and gracefully land in the lake.
The Colorado sun had gotten high enough in the sky to feel its heat on our bare shoulders and bring beads of sweat from the morning’s run. A canoe with a fisherman slowly drifts by, casting spider webs of line toward hollows where the fish hide. T
Snuggled against the shoulder of the hogback along the Front Range, Bear Creek Lake Park is an urban gem with a rural appeal.
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