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Travel Blogs from Carbondale
... we kept going towards our right and got ahead of it. We needed to stop for gas again and it was still looming behind us and seemed to be bigger than before. There were other bikes and they did the same thing. Gas and go to get out of the area. Shane had pulled out his work phone to check messages (sorry Sean...I yelled at him to put his phone away so we could get moving). He told me later he didn't have any messages but I just wanted to get out ...
... adorable, charming town. The town was pretty crowded due to all of the people coming to see the fireworks at night. We went to an awesome ice cream store for dessert and heard a lot of musicians from the Aspen music school performing in the streets for money. Was fun. Then, when it was dark, we went to the rugby field and sat with everyone else on blankets to watch the fireworks. Was a wonderful ...
... little village that is! We went to Snowmass, where Veda and Herb have their apartment and relaxed for a bit with Herb. We then went to pick up Veda where she teaches (beautiful) and went out to dinner in Aspen (only 10 mins. from their house) at a place called Hickory House - best ribs in all of Colorado! And they were. Returned to their home, and then Pep, me and the kids walked down to ...
... to find a place to stay that night with our van that doesnt fit into manycovered parking decks and our dog. They were very helpful and suggested a Westin lowrise hotel in Snowmass Upper Village. That turned out to be perfect for us and we ended up staying there for two nights. Our daughter and son-in-law were spending a week in Aspen and we were trying to coordinate ...
... the wind with a mind and pattern of its own. So who knows where I may end up.
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