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... the 38th state. The name Colorado has a Spanish origin. It refers to red, as in the color of the reddish soil of the plateaus. Colorado has a reputation for being a state of active and athletic people, reportedly with the lowest obesity rate in the nation. People here are both healthy and happy: Colorado is one of two states to legalize both the medicinal (2000) and recreational (2014) use of marijuana. As we ...
... got laid off several years ago they decided to try and make a living from them. Mike makes money from meat, stud fees, selling them to other people and from the wool. He purchased the equipment to set up a mill for processing the wool. He rigged up four washing machines to do the first step which is 3-3 /12 hours of washing at precisely 140*. They purchased an on demand water heater that does just that. He gets wool from people all over and they ...
... you could buy a second ticket to take a mine tour. We continued down the mountain and across the Devil's Gate bridge across Clear Creek. The trestle curved and we kept going in a circle. Then we stopped at Georgetown Station where more people got on. While we were there the engine moved to the other end of the train to pull us up the mountain. By the way the engine is a Shay Engine #9 and it was built in Lima, Ohio. Before going up the mountain ...
... esky with fish, fruits and veggies and a little dark chocolate too. We headed back to the hotel and Ray cooked us a beautiful Fish dinner on our $6 grill. We are very proud of our grill. It will be coming with us to our next location. In the morning we are saying goodbye to Palisade and traveling up the hill a little ways to Glenwood Springs. I am hoping the temperature will be a little cooler there.
Since we were a little early we decided to get a cup of coffee. That would hopefully allow the vendor booths to get fully open and operational. We stumbled on the Slice O' Life Bakery on 3rd Street. Just as we entered the door we could hear guitar music. Then we noticed it was being played live. The man playing was a little older than Leslie and me. As we sat there enjoying ...
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