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Rocky Mountain high - 12,310 ft that is. Today we got the pleasure of driving the longest and highest paved road in the U.S. known as Trail Ridge in the Rocky Mountain National Park. Once we drove all the way to the top we hopped out of the car and hiked a half mile through a foot of snow to get to the top. An (exhausting) experience I will never forget. Jordan used this time to point out that this is the reason we ...
... see photo). There was a lot of UN (University of Nebraska) paraphernalia and it reminded me of a joke I heard at Minnesota State University at Mankato awhile back... What does the N on UN helmets stand for? Answer: Knowledge. Through roughly three hours of the giant farm trek we were occupied with text messages updates from Jocelyn on the fate of friend Rachel's curling playoff game. No curling coverage anywhere around ...
... color was still very distinctively gold…a deep rich gold, and side by side with fields of mellow green corn and fields of dark green soy beans, the landscape was a beautiful palate and pleasing to the eye.
Along the road we saw a biker with long gray hair flowing in the breeze and his sleeping bag tied securely to the back of his bike, protected by a clear plastic cover, and I mused, it appears that this guy travels cheap. When ...
... came out, most of them dragging about 3 grown men on the end of a piece of rope as they were trying to control the horses. One of the men was carrying a saddle and tackle and the idea was that when a gun was fired, the horse would be saddled and one of the team would get on and stay on while the horse ran around a track to the finish line.
So, when the gun fired, most of the horses that weren't already ...
... glass covered with a napkin. Someone said they even found one in his refrigerator ... Some millers migrate more than 100 miles on their way to summer feeding grounds. They start out as Army Cutworms so the moths didn't bother me as much as the worms would have. A good homemade way to catch these guys is to place a small pan of soapy water near a light bulb. We stuck to the inverted glass method.
Next stop ... Rapid City
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