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Woke up to a beautiful morning. George and I were going to take a full-day ride to Ouray, Colorado to take in the sights and do a little shopping. Along the way, at the top of Molas Pass, we came across a gentleman who had a broken down Harley-Davidson trike. He had rented it from Harley-Davidson of Waco Texas, and was joining his Spyder friends to see the better parts of Southern ...
... just in case they need us. There was one day I didn't shower, change my clothes or brush my teeth until it was time to go to bed. I don't know how it happens. Trust me though, the day just flies by.
But before we took on these babies alone, the Kellers conveniently arrived just hours after my mom left to meet the babies and help us out. It was so exciting to have them visit and I think they ...
... memories. Layer upon layer is revealed. Not all are pleasant, but they are behind me now. I share what I can, but it is so long ago. They have hardened with the pressure and weight of all the years. Too much time has past. The memories have been lost in the wind.
We find the shelters of the Ancient Ones, those that hide under the rock rim to protect their young, their women, from the attacks of the wanderers. They ...
... me know that after my next and last steroid shot (for the baby's lungs), I could go home for the night.
We were officially discharged from the hospital around 8pm Thursday night, both of us relieved of this outcome. I was put on official bed rest and for the past few days I've spent a lot of time reading, watching tv, and playing around on the internet. It's not the most glamorous situation and I'm sure Chip would rather not wait ...
12 hours of serious hard slog to drag my protesting (and slightly more of it than ideal) body up and over 3 different passes totalling >5500 feet of climbing. Thats the equivalent of pushing your bicycle up and down Ben Nevis twice in a day, at 3 times the altitude.
Molas pass through Rolling Mountain pass, then Bolam pass and finally over Blackhawk pass - 27 miles.
It was very tough though alleviated ...
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