Queen Anne Bed & Breakfast
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... and dropped straight down towards what we couldn't see. Aaaahhhhh!!!!!! And then during our free swing at the bottom Brian pulled his phone out of his pocket and took selfies of us swinging about above the river. If you're thinking, "What? He jumped with his phone?", stop for a minute and realize that you're more shocked that he would risk his phone than that he would risk his life. :p After the adrenaline rush of the Canyon Swing, we decided to just go back to where we were ...
... Springs our next scheduled break stop we found we were delayed due to the track being repaired. We were unsure how long this would take but luckily we were only stopped for about 20 minutes which gave me time to get a couple of photos if some kayakers in the river, need to research which river this is as I am a little unsure. We continued into Glenwood where we only had a 15 minute stop, the town looked very interesting and I think if we ever come back we need to ...
... a red panda, baby cloud leopards, little wild bunnies, etc. and the kids' favorite, the Somali Wild Ass. I heard about that many times as we walked by! After the zoo, we went back to the pool, then listened to the All-Star Game (the American League won!), and finally David flew in from Orlando and joined us ...
... in the morning (Chicago time). We caught a train to the other side of the airport where out hotel was, because we needed a place to rest or we would get really super jet lagged. We were able to get a couple hours of rest in the Hilton Hotel before getting on our flight to Denver. This time we flew American Airlines which was't as nice as JAL, but it was okay because the flight was only two and ...
... After returning to the bottom of Mount Evans I was excited to try what a fellow pathfinder had called the best pizza he had ever had. At this point it was heavily raining and during my 30 second run to the restaurant I was absolutely soaked and had to stand under a handdryer for a bit so I didn't leave a wet patch wherever I sat. I thought the pizza was the weirdest pizza I had ever had and very tasty (but I am hardly the person to judge any food). ...