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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 ...
... coincidence but for some reason the 2 States were smoking pot is legal :-).
In the past weeks we had a Dutch colleague here for a week and an American from the East coast for two weeks. They both stayed each 1 week in my apartment.
My Dutch colleague and myself had the luck we could go and watch a WWE-event. This is an American thing...we laughed so hard with it!
It has been really cold some days, ...
... through Loveland and then got on I-25 south to 470 the Tollway Outerbelt of Denver. They took a picture of our license plate and we will get a bill in the mail for the toll. We don't know what it will be until it comes. Before long we saw the exit for the Airport and before we knew it we were dropping Erin off to fly home to Seattle.
Larry and I headed west from the airport and then south on 270 toward Colorado Springs. We didn't get far ...
... which are colored red due to their high iron ore content. Spent a lot of time walking around the central garden getting a lot of pictures such as the Kissing Camels, 3 Graces, Cathedral Spires and others. At the end of our visit we went to the visitors center. Kathy's new phone has been working fine. The GPS has really been helpful. Had one glitch at the visitors center. Kathy called ...
... 48 degrees.
When we got to the top, the temperature was 38 degrees and it was hailing. This for some reason struck me as very funny--perhaps because it was so unexpected. Rain, sure. Snow, not unlikely (last snow on top of Pike's Peak was last Tuesday), but no one mentioned hail. I had mentioned jackets though, so we were both warm enough--not true of many other tourists who were running around in shorts and t-shirts ...
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