Anyway, felt fine. Went hiking. Climbed Flattop Mountain in Rocky Mountain National Park (er, 8.8 miles round trip, 2,849 feet vertical gain, to an altitude of 12,324 feet. A slow five hour to five-and-a-half hour round trip). A reasonably difficult hike, vaguely equivalent to the top part of Fuji, I guess. It made me tired (and the more I do this, the more I think I should just be lazy and start at fifth station, not Fuji-Yoshida proper).
Was a bit late getting to the trailhead (9AM -- I'd slept through my alarm and woke up an hour late) but got back okay despite being a little worried about that; only felt a few drops of rain near Bear Lake right before making it back to my car. It rained a good bit of the drive home, though.
I saw a snake at about 10,400 feet, which surprised me greatly -- I know that the range of the rattlesnake doesn't get above 8,000 feet or so, so I assumed that was true of all snakes. Apparently not.
Kinda forgot my sunscreen. Burned a little bit, but I think it'll mostly turn into tan.
There are pictures, of course. Also, figured out the macro on my camera, so got a couple decent bumblebee pictures up in the tundra. As usual, click through for all the pictures:
Wildflowers on high: