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Day 21. Darren and I woke to the fact that we both had an urge to check out some hot springs. After a few minutes of research, and the recommendation of fellow travelers I met over the past few weeks, we set our sites on a 17 mile round trip hike to Conundrum hot springs in the back country of Aspen. We got a slow start and didn't quite realize how far away Aspen was from Boulder, so when we arrived there almost four hours later it was already late afternoon. The drive in ...
... 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.
... way back was going to be.
In the end the journey back was horrible but not for the reasons I thought. Instead of crazy mental rowdiness there was just a permanent weed smell and stupidly loud music the entire way back. We got back into Boulder at around 1am grabbed some snacks and walked the scary pitch black walk along the canal to the house. Anywhere else we have been we would not have done this walk twice in the dark but here I feel as safe as anywhere I’ve ever been ...
... because there was a large system of dark clouds headed our way. The way down was easy and it began to rain a bit before stopping.
We met up at one of our fave dives in Boulder, the Southern Sun, where we had lunch and talked it up before parting our ways. It was such a great time to have met up with Mark and Amanda and we look forward to meeting up with them in Egypt when later next year.
Before hitting the road out East, I spent one last night in Boulder, where I had been living for the last four years. This was mostly to see my friends one last time before I left, say my goodbye to the city, and more importantly, the state which house raised me from when I was a pup.
Setting out East on the afternoon of the 9th of June, I felt very uneasy about my journey. Especially when I was going ...