Rochester Hotel & Bar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Concierge desk
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I got all dressed up for this day - didn't really mean to. It just happened. But everyone was so complimentary - especially our bus driver Harold. He nicknamed me "Miss Hollywood" and now every time he sees me he sings "Hollywoooood". We stopped at a little town called Cameron which was Native American Indian land. We went to this beautiful little store with gorgeous handmade items. I really wanted to buy Mum these gorgeous painted pots but ...
... really beautiful with snow, pine trees and rocky slopes. Waterfalls everywhere but still tame after Norway! Saw dozens of ginger brown marmots running around. Then returned to Silverton, lunch in a local "Saloon". Explored the town - they mine astorite here, pale pink stones named after Lord Astor who originally owned the mine and perished with the Titanic. Boarded the train for the return journey, ...
... It's hard to pinpoint exactly why, but they make my life fun, interesting, often chaotic, they make me laugh out loud daily, and keep me on my toes. My emotions run deeper...highs have been even higher (and lows even lower). They teach me patience, and lots of it. They remind me to play in the dirt, listen to everyday noises, and study objects worth studying. They teach me just as much as I teach them. And ...
... we were running that race. For me (and our friend, Emily) it was because we overcame a challenging pregnancy, birth, and first few months with twins. Those first few months were absolutely the hardest times of my life and I realized the more I trained and ran, the more I began to rebuild who I was and who I wanted to be as a mom, wife, and friend. It was definitely an inspiring run and night ...
... of his life wondering why he couldn't eat. He always put on a smile after he was done eating too, poor guy, he was such a trooper.
In other news, Chip finished the Imogene Pass Run for the third year! The boys and I cheered him through the finish line in the picturesque town of Telluride. My half marathon is just over a month away which I'm looking forward to. There were so many people who couldn't believe Chip and I signed up for races after ...