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... out that Macaroni is their oldest horse and does not like to be tied to the post. He gets some extra privileges due to his age, so they don’t make him get tied up. He was 34 years old, which they say is very old for a horse. Most horses only live until around 30. They said he is still going strong, so I hoped that he would last another trip!
Macaroni fared just fine, but was a bit slow on the trail. Poor Grace seemed to be having her nose ...
... of our stuff in the van due to bears. They said that there had actually been a bear in our area recently. These are only black bears, though, so not as worrisome as a grizzly. We were going to go out and get some dinner, but since it was such a nice night and we got set up before dark, we decided to just go get some food and cook over the fire. There was a little store just down in Estes ...
... smoked caribou, and a couple of other wild game. Anita found us a place to stay for the night and we checked in around 9:30. Kids watched a little TV and we started trying to squeeze all of our stuff back into the suitcases for the flight home tomorrow. Plan is to sleep late and then head to Denver. Anita is searching the Guy Fieri Diners, Drive Ins, and Dives website for a place to eat lunch in Denver. Flight is at 5:21 so we'll try to get to the airport about 3pm.
Today we stayed at home while Dad went mountain biking - he fell off and hurt his arm.
Later on we went shopping at Colorado Mills in Denver (factory outlets -JB) and got some stuff.
We then went out for Japanese for dinner and said goodbye to Nigel, Pam and David.
We went to our hotel in Denver for the night.
(No pictures today - JB)
... park. (Or maybe only two on the Western side--I wasn't clear on that.) So Roy and his wife decided to donate one, then they got some friends involved, and in the end, they donated three, which were put into patrol cars. Then one day a few years ago, a man who had a heart attack while hiking was saved by one of those roving defibrillators. This prompted the park superintendent to ask how they came to have a defibrillator in the car. When he ...
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