Rogers Inn at the Pines
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I really enjoyed our trip to Castle Rock today. We actually had lunch with my ex-Greeley Police Department partner and his wife. I had not seen nor heard from him for about 25 years. While I was still in Guyana, I had received a tip from a friend regarding the police department where he thought my ex-partner worked. When I called, I found out he had actually recently retired. I gave the ...
... Jamie go ahead -We bike 7 miles and look at the map -We somehow still have 16 miles to go -More tired and more cranky, hop on and pedal through -Stop 10 miles out for a snack -Sweep catches up to us -Get picked up (This was a struggle for me. I was with a group of four and sweep caught up with us. The road was getting busier, my phone died, and I was out of water. My group wanted to stop and get picked up because they were feeling unsafe on the road. I wanted to ...
... to give in and set some things aside that I really don't need in my tiny dorm room. I'm not even sure how I'm going to get all this stuff in there even after the junk cleanse.If there is one thing I hate about flying it's the cost to check bags. Tomorrow I'm going to be kicking myself for not just insisting I'm a poor college students and can't afford gifts this year. a $50 baggage fee is not how ...
... We look forward to doing other thing while we are here again, we have a rent a car waiting for us to pick up on Friday, and of course Maxx needs a bath and a haircut, so this is were we are and will be untill next week and then it's time to go back to work, you can also read about the track and see pictures from last year (see Larry's Great Adventures), until next week CYA down the ...
... seem to have a very natural habitat.
We watched the feeding of the grey wolves, which was interesting. They seemed to be okay.
Also I fed a giraffe. It was hot and many of the animals were hiding in shady spots. But we enjoyed the visit because we enjoyed Bill's company and it was not a BAD zoo.
Although, even the snakes, which I am not a fan of, I felt sorry for. Not even enough room in their glass boxes to stretch to full size ...