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... completing procedure requirements, a rotation far away from home in Alamosa, and the general trauma of dental school, I needed something positive to focus on. The experiences we relate here won't be as unique as those we witnessed in Asia, where small things were extremely exciting - a man shoveling dirt into a bucket balanced on his head (!?). I hope to eat my weight in rich food and get fat, cause I heard that's what married people do. :)
... show that his Karate kick was more successful in appearance than my Superman. But, we both did experience the the rush of flying face first down into the canyon towards the river. The jump was exhilarating, but after our skydiving experiences the free fall didn't feel long enough. But, once you hit the end of the rope you start swinging back and forth above the water, and that was a cool feeling. We played with various positions of spreadeagle, upside down, etc. Our second jump ...
Oh man, this trip is winding down. This morning I enjoyed the panoramic mountain range from an outdoor hot tub. It was glorious. Then I went to the dining room where I found my parents getting tips on what to see in Denver from a guy wearing a Broncos shirt. My parents exclusively wear marathon shirts (and they have a LOT of them) when on the road, so they tend to attract fellow marathon runners and triathletes.. Pretty cool, I guess! I wonder if ...
My Uncle Tom lived in Colorado for many years, Greeley, Fort Collins, Boulder. I know why he loved it so much with the backdrop of the Rockies right there. Both Liam and Emma have been here when they were very young a couple of times for visits. One time all the Rochester McMahon's came out and met up with the Texas McMahon's and we went whitewater rafting.
Devil's Backbone trail about 22 miles from Estes Park. The scenery is great.
We woke up and went upstairs to have some really nice pancakes for breakfast. Then Dad, Chris and I went to Jax and then the lab. Jax was a outdoors store which sold fishing gear and bait which is what we needed to get. Near the car park there was a field where there were heaps of really cute prairie dogs digging holes on the ground and wagging their little tails. Then we went to the university where Chris worked at to feed some of his ...