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... kitty to pat along the way - always a good sign!
Not minding much, we took the opportunity to rest and catch up on the ill-fated blog.. yeah, this thing. It's becoming more of a chore, but we are persevering with it as much as possible. Something to look back on in 30 years to remind us that we actually did interesting things once (albeit, not in Boulder... :)
Up the next day and off we went toward Rocky Mountains National Park where some walkies awaited us!
... awful climbing conditions. After an extended trip of gale force gusts in the Wind Rivers, we weren't as stoked to embark on another sufferfest as we would normally be.
The lower elevation climbing area of Lumpy Ridge sits just above the town of Estes Park, so
we changed plans and headed there for a good day of climbing. Lumpy ...
... a guide that I could bring with me
on my trip; that would provide all the relevant details and interesting history,
tidbits, and lesser known information. This book drastically fell short of my
expectations. I hope a future edition of this book will be updated to be well
rounded, but I am sad it will not be out in time for my upcoming trip to
Germany. I will continue to read Joy’s Blog, though as I find it a valuable
source of ...
... were fun to say the least, there were bodies everywhere. At one point I was snuggled up with Spike and Boots (Spike's blanket has the Boots smell now!!) but eventually Spike found that onbe of the bedrooms had been vacated and so we got a bed!!!!
Celena and Kelly are just amazing and generous hosts and have such a lovely home in such an idyllic setting. They are so welcoming and make you feel so at home and their outfits and hats are just spectacular!!
... the rollercoaster (I mean play golf).. while everyone is all giddy excited to tee off and MC Hammer music is bumping from the clubhouse in the distance. It is very odd.
Then you play through ridiculous, punch-bowl greens.. so everything funnels in nice for you.. but they make up for that with greens running 12 on the stimp-meter (literally.. which is approaching speed of a US Open course), putt-putt like undulation, absurd bunkers, boulders, and other contraptions around the course ...