High Mountain Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and everyone there. On my last day Jon held an appreciation circle for me where everyone sat down and said something that they were appreciative of, then something that they appreciated about me. I'm not very good at taking compliments but it was so beautiful to hear how I had made an impression of everyones lives at the farm. The most memorable was that I could take absolute pleasure in the little things, like shoveling ****. It was something I hadn't heard before and made me ...
Echo Lake and Evans Peak We headed off from CS after saying goodby to Lynette. A big driving day but we intended to follow some of Lynette's suggestion of interesting places to visit on our way to Dillon. We drove via Echo Lake up to Evans Peak on a slightly scary 1 hour drive. The peak took us to 14300ft where the air was pretty thin and extremely cold. ...
... bones. Funny. They're not here anymore. They took the bones to Chicago's Field Museum.
From here we zoomed past the cities of Fruita and Grand Junction, right by the vineyards of Pallisadez, and right by the mudslide area, which shut down the road last night. We followed the red waters if the Colorado up its course.
Soon we were in Glenwood Canyon, one the Interstate system's greatest stretches of road. It is a maze of public access sites, ...
... on that ride!
As the sun continued to rise we were surprised by how much warmer it was in the sky than on the ground. We were sad as the ride came to an end, and a little bit surprised as they announced we were preparing for landing as we hovered above a neighborhood of summer homes for the rich and the famous. Karyn grew a little anxious as they told everyone to brace their knees, and that they should be prepared to drag on ...
... We have surrendered into togetherness, unity, and oneness.
This last week has been a testimony that we can dwell together in unity, and the cost of such co-habitation is individuality. In order to become one, we have to embrace the collective and surrender the selfish nature we are born with and perfect as we “grow up”. Living in unity is the ...