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Home base for visiting Rocky Mountain National Park was Fort Collins. Only problem was we got to town the same day as President Obama was to speak at Colorado State. Main thoroughfares were closed, so traffic was backed up in this small town like Norfolk Naval Base traffic on I-64. We had the feeling "we can't get there from here", but we did at last.
First day in Fort Collins we visited Cache ...
After spending the entire day on the phone with United Airlines, my dad has told us that we won't be leaving tomorrow. Our flight from Denver to Seattle has been cancelled. We are booked for a flight on Sunday at 8 AM, but our seats have not yet been ticketed. We are crossing our fingers and hoping that they will be by tomorrow. I'll keep you guys posted. ...
... is about 1.5 hrs north of Munich. (I posted a few pictures that I found on the internet of Regensburg if you wanted to see what the city looks like. I will of course post tons of pictures once I'm there.)
I am also a recent member of the German National Honor Society – Delta Phi Alpha. I decided to apply for their national scholarship. This scholarship was for Delta Phi Alpha sophomores and juniors studying abroad in Germany. ...
... to know local neighborhoods and avoiding hotels or very western areas. I don’t think we can do that so easily in five years. I doubt that next time I can so easily pick up a used bike it and use it to get around like the locals. We also loved eating in a variety of restaurants and taking lots of risks. If food costs start to approach western prices, we will not eat nearly so well in a decade.
Kaela also made this trip very special ...
... coming years.
I’ve enjoyed writing a daily blog. It helped keep a good record of our trip and organize photos daily. We plan to take this blog and turn it into a book for ourselves. In the next week I’ll finish up with a couple of last posts as we reflect back on our trip.
Now that we are home, I have put my essay about visiting Mao’s Mausoleum back on my personal blog ...