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... at midnight.
On the road at 9:30 anticipating an 8 hour drive home. The wind was relentless. It blew all the way until we crossed Raton Pass on the New Mexico border. I know that it gusted to 40-50 mpg at times. The sky was a beautiful blue the whole day to home. The horizon in the area north of Lubbock to Amarillo was filled with dust. I can see why they called this area the "dust bowl. A snow storm ...
... much choice) and waited til boarding time. When we boarded we ending up finding some other seats as half the carriage didn't have anyone in it. The views on the way up were great, both of the mountain and also looking out over the plains below. From the top of the Peak we were supposed to be able to see four States (Colorado, Kansas, maybe Oklahoma & New Mexico?) as well as the Continental Divide (these shadowy mountains made a scenic backdrop) and ...
... of the United States.
We did not buy the 4 for $10 high altitude donuts, which they push on tourists as if there were no tomorrow. To be fair, the tourists snap them up as if they will never eat again. Kenny and I split one last time; I remember it being extremely heavy and rather tasteless. One amusing vignette: mother trailing little boy, maybe 4, to donut counter. Little boy WAILING: "I don't want to share!" ...
... he loved hockey and bike riding. Then I discovered his father is Marv, the owner of The Wines of Colorado. Marv used to be quite involved in commercial real estate in the Colorado Springs market. I had shown his property once or twice; however, I don't think I actually did a deal with him. Regardless, I knew he owned The Wines of Colorado.
As it so happens, Darby was in Colorado Springs on home leave while we were ...
The most AMAZING ZOO!!! This zoo was head and shoulders above Denver’s zoo! I couldn’t believe how interactive it was! Amelia and Teagan not only got to see a whole bunch of animals (in a very well cared for environment) but they got to feed giraffes, pet a baby wallaby, walk through a free flying aviary, watch up close as a grizzly fish for trout and ride a pony (Teagan rode ...
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