McGinnis Cottage Bed & Breakfast
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... put his GoPro on the roof so it took a picture every 2 seconds....the results are attached as a time lapse. Once we got to the top, we stopped off for a bit and walked around, however we were over 12,000 feet and their was sleet so it was pretty cold!! I think when we looked it was about 44 F which I believe is around 6/7 C. Brrrrr
The whole drive was just so awesome and beautiful ...
... Once we got home Darren spent a few hours sketching some cool pictures and I cooked dinner with the smallest piece of counter space ever!! It's going to be interesting preparing meals but I'm sure it'll be fun!!
Another evening of Criminal Minds...we think this will be how most of our nights are spent!!
We also found out that they have vacuums that we can borrow so that's another thing we can save money on!! YAY!
Love from the shoebox!!
I have finally reached the point where I can just relax around a swimming pool. I know quite silly to arrive at this but the last six weeks have been amazingly fantastic but really intense. It is nice as well to have time with my friends in Boulder.
I will not have made it without Theo as he mentionned on FB, 40 days, 10 000 miles, 25 states and al least 12 National parks.
... but all we saw of either of them was moose droppings!
Our guide told us the story of how Breckenridge got its name. In 1859 a town of gold miners was set up along the Blue River in Colorado. The town was called "Breckinridge" with the hopes of getting the attention of Vice President John Breckinridge. The town’s people hoped that by flattering V.P. Breckinridge he would help them get a post office. The plan worked and Breckinridge ...
... the clay of the tile and painted them with fanciful glazes. Most of them were recognizable as the fauna they were meant to represent. On our walk through the parking lot we counted 15 to 20 cars with license plates from outside of Colorado; many of them from east-coast states.
On our way eastward to Leadville, we stopped at Independence Pass, which is on the Continental Divide at 12,095 feet, and Darlene and Larry walked the 200 feet to ...
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