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Travel Blogs from Glenwood Springs
Whitewater Rafting adventure was great! I must admit that the wet suits, while we looked a little dorky, we were not feeling the cold (45 degree water) as much as the others in our boat and other boats. Good investment!
The guides put the fear of death at the forefront of your brain before setting off on this jaunt. A few scare techniques used by guides:
The likelihood of you falling out of boat ...
... event is the "calling of the beds". Apparently there is a new law that prohibits the "calling" of beds on EST. it is now only legal to call on same time zone that we are currently in. (Refer to earlier post about confusion with clocks throughout the RV).
... in Aspen. When we got to Aspen (again after a twenty year absence) we decided it was at least four times bigger than before. We decided to find a hotel room for the night since we would be meeting our daughter the next day. The Chamber of Commerce was very helpful in finding something for us, the dog and parking for the van. We settled at Snowmass Village which had also grown quite a ...
... day was when her skies got crossed. Worst part of the fall was she bruised her bruise... She now has what I call a bruised banana leg! :).
We had so much fun together enjoying the scenery and being in each other's company. Hope and I make it a point to tell each other "I love you" everyday. Now it is a game to see who can say it first. "Hope, did I tell you today? I love you." It is the greatest commandment.
Stopping for ...
... the wind with a mind and pattern of its own. So who knows where I may end up.
List of desired countries
- Malaysia < li>Indonesia
- Bor neo
- Bhut an