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We spent the week-end with Tom and Christine. It was great to take a shower in a shower bigger than 30 x 30. We had a wonderful week-end catching up with good conversation, good food, and just relaxing. Thanks, Tom and Christine
... low point was the list of deceased classmates. Getting close to more dead than alive for my class reunions. Yikes!
Enough of the reflections beyond Alaska, and back to the burning question from my last blog: Knowing what we know now, would we drive 6,500 miles, ferry 2,500 miles for an Alaskan adventure trip? "Damn right we would." Exceeded expectations...the adventure of a life time...last American frontier...incredible ...
... of its own and once again shows how fast the terrain in Colorado changes. We even saw a beautiful golf course amidst all the sand. Reminded me of the one in Nevada...Desert Palms I think. But it is much like what we saw in Cortez early on in our trip so we determined still we wouldn't take pictures. About 15 miles outside our destination that all changed! We came upon a sign that said Glenwood Canyon. Trucks no passing for the next 13 miles. Around the next ...
... down by the river and enjoyed the beautiful scenery and one fisherman fishing. We didn't have fishing poles so we just chilled. It was a nice relaxing end of the day.
Tomorrow we are going to be in Golden, Colorado and meeting Nola and Stuart at Dakota Ridge RV Park.
... project (for this visit anyway). They ordered and picked up a new garden window for their kitchen from Lowe's. Demolition and installation took about 2 hours, with a little rain in the middle. The window is located over the sink, and really "makes" the kitchen.
Tomorrow we leave and head for Jack's.
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