Eagle River Inn
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... sugar of any kind in the flat.
Tuesday - We skyped Darrens family then met up with the couple we were going to move in with. They are living further west about 24 miles in Eagle...we met them at loaded joe's then went for a walk with their dog to the park. The weather turned and we were in pretty hard rain so headed back...this place is even beautiful in the rain.
Wednesday - We skyped Darrens Nan ...
This morning we had planned to skype a few people, however the WIFI had gone down last night and still wasn't working so we had give up on skype for now.
There were a few things going on today in near by towns...first off we stopped in Edwards (10 mins drive west) for a Pumpkin Patch. It said there would be lots of pumpkin displays, however there wasn't as much as they had made out...it was still fun to see so many different shapes, sizes and colours of pumpkins.
Last night we ended up watching several episodes of Criminal Minds on the laptop as Chayce let us use her Netflix...this means we don't need to buy a TV! It was a pretty late night so we slept in more than we have in a long long time.
We skyped with Darren's family then headed to the Grocery store as we keep realising little things we need. I really wanted to take Darren to Minturn where Sarah and Josh lived for a while as it's such a cool little place and ...
... government to obtain funding from the congress to open them.
He has lived in the Yosemite canyon almost all his life and has been doing important conservationist work to protect the park as to open kings canyon national park. When he died his ashes were dispersed from the top of the Capitan, one of his favourite mountain.I had the fortune to see some of original works in two places ; InYosemite park where is a ...
... and enjoyed so much the fragility and tenacity of these tiny wonders thinking that they spend much of the winters under snow and freezing temperatures to bloom with majesty in the spring and summer. A lesson to learn I assume from mother nature,
Hope you will enjoyed, we did.
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