From the bloggers at Oliver Travel Trailers.
The higher one goes up into the Rocky Mountains the thinner the air gets. So, just why would anyone want to camp above ten thousand feet for extended periods of time, especially when you will be off of the grid for over 110 consecutive days.
We can sum it all up in one simple phrase. “Because the rewards are ever so many”. Absolutely, let’s talk about that for a bit. We’ll get around to thin air and elevation later in this series.
Many years ago in S/E Asia, it was hot and humid with all of the insects one might imagine, so it probably doesn’t surprise anyone that when I had a chance to daydream a little, it was about a cool, lush, high mountain meadow, with Elk bugling. Our first work camping assignment was in one such high mountain meadow.
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