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... every turn off and every interpretive sign and overlook along the way. Like Utah, this geology inspires wonder. It's hard to wrap my brain around the scale - both time and size - of the events that shaped this beauty.
At the Visitor's Center four miles from the park exit, Bob hopped on his bike and coasted the rest of the way down. I only beat him in the car by about 45 seconds. He arrived so gleeful about his experience that he insisted that I do ...
... so many site supervisors, and we had three for the garage alone. They were like the three stooges-really fun and great but also liked to give each other a hard time. By the end of the build day, we had two walls framed. We biked to our new host and Kim, Alicia and I cleaned our bikes. We then went to REI with some other folks to get our bikes tuned. Came back to host. Watched a video Kim recommended, and now ...
... off some passengers and pick up others. Well the batch we dumped off weren’t winners but the gang we picked up were real doosies. First came the 2 men in front of me who were loudly discussing their bigotry. Ah yes folks racism is apparently live and well in the USA. They were then reading loudly from an anti Obama website. Classy. I was so disgusted by them I put on my headsets and tried to drown them out. Then the kicking began. Yes a ...
... noticed there was a team roper from Grand Junction, Travis Bounds. He also saw two bull riders from Fruita. We took the opportunity to call Leslie's dad. He knew Travis but he did not know either of the other two.
We thought the rodeo was well done and fast paced. Even though the seating was a little tight, we all enjoyed the event.
We drove home via a quick stop at the Taco Bell drive-thru ...
... let her off-leash. The river was steaming as the sun came up. As the sunrise hit the Wet Mountains in the distance, the moon was setting over the San Juan Mountains to the west. It was breathtaking.
We left Alamosa around 10 am and started the drive to Colorado Springs where we would meet up with the other Lily. Another gorgeous drive, this time through conifer forests dotted with aspens at peak color. One striking aspect to ...
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