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- Drove 229 miles in 3.5 hours
- Stopped to get gas for $42.68
- Headed to University of Colorado Boulder to visit my friend Shane
- Getting low on funds I decide to get a job and stay a while with my friend Shane
- I obtain a ...
... but I'm just being honest). One of my many stops along the way found me standing in the middle of the highway for minutes on end, looking off in both directions, unable to see another car for whatever distance my eyes could cover. It was such a rush of freedom being out there on my own. I had the world laid out before me, and the power to choose any direction I wanted to go in. I liked the contrast that it posed - having me be in control of ...
... And poor Kenny had his entire body pressed against the rock and felt his whole body get zapped.
The realization of what just happened dawned on us. The electrons had traveled all the way of the Flat Iron to us and through us. The storm raged on for like 20-30 minutes before stopping. After the storm ended, we decided to bail from the route and begin the journey back down to where we started which is difficult because there are no fixed anchors to rappel from.
Today we headed to Boulder. Boulder is also located at the foothills of the Rockies. It is about 40 Kms from Denver. Boulder is considered to be a University city and is the home of the University of Colorado, the state's largest university. The university officially opened in 1877.
Boulder's iconic rock formations are known as the Flat Irons. They are slabs of sedimentary stone tilted up,on the foothills. Boulder ...
... Needless to say, I sped through the rest of Colorado as quickly as I could, soon finding myself in Nebraska. Now, I may rip on a few states in this blog, but let me say that Nebraska is not as bad as I remember it. The Platte River provides enough water to make the state pretty green and there are plenty of farms and rivers to keep the mind occupied during a long drive. The people, on the other hand, are where ...