Being able to wake up in places like this, another reason why I love our national parks.
When the alarm rang I zipped open my tent and peaked outside. There was some color and clouds but not much. With a long day of hiking ahead, I debated whether or not to leave my tent. A few minutes went by and the second alarm went off, again I peaked outside but this time I noticed the most interesting cloud formations beginning to form. Knowing I'd hate myself if I missed a prime opportunity, I grabbed all my gear and ran down to the shoreline. What happened next is a sunrise I'll never forget. The colors and clouds were all over Gunsight Pass, the same pass we came down the day before. The clouds were pouring in up and over the pass, filling it just above the lake in a swirling ball before quickly dissipating. I've never seen anything like it before and am not sure I'll see anything like it again.
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