This item sold on May 3, 2012.
This bracelet measures approximately 9 ½” from end to end including the dangle. The lobster clasp closure can fasten anywhere along the dangle chain for a perfect fit!
ESTES PARK in Colorado is the gateway to the Rocky Mountain National Park. Here, there are absolute signs of fall in the town: the chill of morning frost, the reds and yellows of autumn leaves, and the thousands of elk that visit. The elk come looking for romance; the tourists come looking for elk. During the summer, the elk generally live at higher elevations in adjacent Park but in September and October, they descend into Estes Park to mate. To attract the girls, the long haunting bugle of the males is something like nothing else and definitely worth hearing. As individual as the human voice, some bulls emit a deep resonant sound that has been compared to Tibetan throat singing. Others let loose with a higher-pitched blood-curdling scream. A Day in Estes Park is a tribute to this wonderful autumn event in the Rockies.