Gingerbread Manor Bed and Breakfast
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We're on the road, starting the first stretch of our trip! It is hard to leave home, but we are looking forward to all of the adventures to come. Car is packed to maximum capacity (with still being able to see out of the windows, of course). With a full tank of gas, a heavy heart, and some nervous excitement, we are off to a good start and almost to buffalo. We will make a couple of posts each day of our trip, so stay tuned!! Love always, Julia and ...
... so we had to wait for her to get ready and get to the airport!
So we waited. After two hours were up, people started to mill around the gate again. Then the jet company people announced it was going to take longer than they thought. They needed to fix a part on the plane. Well, no one wants to fly a broken plane. So we all dispersed again to wait. After another two hours ticked by, there still was no activity near the gate. ...
... to stand in silence but it was a favorite. I can’t say one particular place was my favorite because so many were just unbelievable but I can pick one that wasn’t necessarily one of those favorites. I truly did not enjoy riding in the truck for three hours through curvy roads to see giant trees at Yosemite. Yeah, sure they were impressive but if that ...
... was too elevated to retain most of my conversations with the owner and several other staff. We panned for gold, I got to use 4W-LOW in the truck and I am now a more experienced driver.
Shortly after making our way back to I70 from the Phoenix Gold mine we neared Denver. Now if you have never driven out west, the speed limits are 75mph on most roads. So, as I am cursing along at a speed that was well below the flow of traffic, but still too fast, I noticed a ...
... to almost sea level we all had headaches, it seems as if the elevation had gotten to us. I believe the most beautiful place that we saw was Yellowstone because everything we saw was caused by thermal forces. Yellowstone is a semi-dormant volcano and the magma underneath is what fuels the geysers and the springs. I have always been a science girl so this has caught my attention.