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After fifty-one days on the move, we have now found our way back home to our beloved city of Denver. Our final drive through the familiar Rocky Mountains of Colorado was a mixture of excitement to be back in a place that we love so much, but also a sense of sadness to know that this journey we dreamed of, lived, and loved was coming to an end.
Thinking back on our time we decided to include this final post as a mixture of facts and remembrances. In total we ...
... of Decency," after all, which published lists of movies that were deemed "objectionable" and thus off-limits for good Catholics. This was most certainly on their "unacceptable" list. The Cathedral of the Plains is located in Victoria, a small town on the west Kansas prairie. Over fifty years have passed since I last saw it, and it was just as I remembered -- standing out there, pretty much still by itself.
And the inside? ...
... br> Tuesday and Wednesday: Another potentially significant round of severe weather, starting in the Central Plains Tuesday and spreading into the mid-Mississippi and Ohio Valleys for Wednesday. There is the potential for squall lines packing widespread damaging winds during this time frame. It is not out of the question that a derecho -- a long-lived squall line bringing damaging winds along a path of several hundred miles.**********
Its looking very promising.
... our flight from Reykjavik to Amsterdam." I thought he was joking at first, but I saw very quickly by the serious expression on his face that no, he was definitely not joking. The only thing to do was to go to the airport and hope for the best. So...we are now at the United Club Room at Denver International, relaxing and passing the time until our scheduled flight departure. Matt has advised us to follow Icelandair on Twitter to get updates until we leave, which we are ...
... terribly difficult to follow....at all) but somehow towards the end of the day, I was nice and discombobulated.....thinking we were at one portion of the trail, and being completely somewhere else. It made me wonder if we ever really were where I thought we were! Jae glanced at the map for (oh...maybe) 20 seconds, said "I know where we are" and headed us towards the car. I won't mark "Master Map Navigator" off as accomplished quite ...