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... art along with some colorful locals.
We ate brunch at the mile high grill and bought a few trinkets.
On the way out, we passed a building dedicated to open artist studios which means they will continue to attract people to the area.
It is supposedly a ghost town but I saw no indication it was, except a sign at a hotel.
It was a fun day!
I'm headed to Zion in a few days. Have a great memorial weekend everyone!
... ubiquitous, and that has become one of the most popular words in his vocabulary. He has also learned to love the concepts of irony and puns.
On a final, but very important, note, I just wanted everyone to know that two months today, we get to see Mom/Grandma and Dad/Papa and we are super excited. We will be spending Christmas and New Years with them in Bali, Indonesia. We miss them so much and while Face Time is wonderful, it will be awesome to see them in person.
... on the tourist map and went in search of the Cathedral Rock, Camel Rock, Chapel of the Holy Rock, Chimney Rock and more. We tried to go down one of the primitive roads but had to turn around as the ruts and rocks were too deep. We think they were set up so you had to have a high clearance jeep/truck which means that it helped those companies who rent them or take you on tours. We did find one surprise towards the end of the day down a dirt road only to be ...
... for them in the back seat:
I ended up calling my friend, Mary Wills, who lives in Jerome and owns Nellie Bly, a wonderful shop on Main Street that sells kaleidoscopes, art glass and other fascinating things that I like to call objets d'fun.
The minute I told Mary we were coming to Jerome, she invited us to stay in the upstairs flat in ...
... br> I still get the buzz when I hear the roar of a Harley. And of course it makes it 10 times better when there is a bad ass, hunky man or woman driving it. Ah, the old days....
There is something comforting being in and among a group of older hippies, continuing to do their thing in preserving the old way.
It's OK to be in my room reading rather than in the bar drinking - I know I did not miss anything at all.
It is good to spend time with me.