Travel Blogs from Boulder, United States

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Home Sweet Home, Boulder, United States travel blog

Home Sweet Home

A travel blog entry by kristint

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Saying goodbye to my family in Boulder is hard... Steven will try to come visit me, but I'll really miss seeing my wonderful parents and beloved doggie for an entire year. Traveling can be bittersweet. But, sadness aside, here's to a year of amazing ...

It's All Mom & Dad's Fault, Boulder, United States travel blog

It's All Mom & Dad's Fault

A travel blog entry by margreet98

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... her heart, it is with sincerity and purpose" Well, that last part is what got me into trouble...again. So now I'm in Boulder where the variety of healing modalities (ooh, I'm picking up the lingo!) is mind boggling.  I definitely needed some help ...

Hoover Dam, Boulder City, United States travel blog

Hoover Dam

A travel blog entry by robselclark

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Tue 14th we drove about an hour to Hoover Dam, so renamed from Boulder Dam in 1947. (President Herbert Hoover, not FBI's Edgar Hoover.) The dam was built in four years from 1931 to 1935, mainly for flood control and water storage. Electricity ...

Drillers in Wyoming, Boulder, United States travel blog

Drillers in Wyoming

A travel blog entry by beardsley

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Even the most mundane things take on a beauty given the proper lighting and background, but this rig with the clouds in the background really talks to ...

Cruise on Lake Mead, Boulder City, United States travel blog

Cruise on Lake Mead

A travel blog entry by eddieandwendy

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The Easter bunny found us and left us a Cadbury (very rare here) bunny each!!  America (maybe just Nevada, don't know) doesn't seem to celebrate Easter like us Aussies. They don't even have Easter holidays. After a super visit to the Hoover Dam we ...

Hoover Dam, Boulder City, United States travel blog

Hoover Dam

A travel blog entry by eddieandwendy

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Hoover Dam, once known as Boulder Dam, is a concrete arch-gravity dam in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River, on the border between Arizona and Nevada. Construction took place from 1931 to 1935. 112 lives were lost during the ...

Fun & Games, Boulder, United States travel blog

Fun & Games

A travel blog entry by margreet98

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... cribbage...but dominoes, particularly "fives", has a firm hold.  So now you know how I happily spent much of my time in Boulder.  I did manage to find time to swim laps at the local pool and take hikes in the foothills.  And one evening ...

Hoover Dam, Boulder City, United States travel blog

Hoover Dam

A travel blog entry by gstfire

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Today I went to Hoover Dam and decided to take the tour. The tour starts out with a short documentary about how the damn was built and the men who built it. The tour then continues with a Dam guide. They take you below to where the 30 foot wide pipes ...

Boulder Open Space Park, Boulder Reservior, Boulder, United States travel blog

Boulder Open Space Park, Boulder Reservior

A travel blog entry by tourmaline

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Boulder has one of the most extensive systems of open lands, most available for leave-no-trace recreation. The roads and trails in the vicinity of this reservoir are variously though desert and rangeland, but never through shade. My last run there was in ...

Even bigger trees, Big Basin Redwoods State Park, United States travel blog

Even bigger trees

A travel blog entry by doctormick

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After my brothers had argued over whether t was trees or more muzzies we eventually settled on trees and headed up to Big Basin. The winding route up to the park was well worth the effort as the big trees were accessible and awesome.  This is one of ...

Chautauqua, Boulder, United States travel blog

Chautauqua

A travel blog entry by tourmaline

... a block's distance from the concert hall and dining hall (the restaurant). The Chautauqua Music Festival brings a broad variety of genre to Boulder. In the short while I've been here I've heard music from Mali, a live taping of an E-Town radio program ...

Time for a Little R&R, Boulder, United States travel blog

Time for a Little R&R

A travel blog entry by margreet98

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After my European splurge, I decided to head back to Boulder and lay low for a bit.  I rented a room from my friend Linda which is very convenient for me since she lives just a few blocks from where two of my sons live.  It was delightful to ...

Boulder, Boulder, United States travel blog

Boulder

A travel blog entry by kimmytravels

... enough how awesome it is.  A few days and nights in the Pike's Peak region is a must.  A few more hours in Boulder, specifically Pearl Street.  Tomorrow is my last full day here.  The plan is to go to breakfast at this place called ...

Wagons West, Boulder, United States travel blog

Wagons West

A travel blog entry by everett.butler

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... all exhausted and crashed almost immediately.  Starting tomorrow, the real adventure begins.  The road untraveled, from Boulder through the uninhabited badlands of Wyoming, the mountains and Mormons in Utah, and the impossibly straight desert ...

A 5th of Tequila..., Boulder, United States travel blog

A 5th of Tequila...

A travel blog entry by nicandjessica

... fixed and ready to go, boy were we happy to hear that. We caught the bus back into Frisco and stared our journey into Boulder. First stop, a Brewery! Great beer! and we also "snagged" ourself some pretty tasty mustard too, even better that is was free... ...

Hoover Dam, Boulder City, United States travel blog

Hoover Dam

A travel blog entry by vaughanfive

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We headed out to Hoover Dam around 9:00 am. It was already 97 degrees with the forecast to be 104 for the day. The drive over was easy and scenic. We parked in the parking garage and entered the visitors center to start our tour. When we were here ...

Sure it's hot-but its a dry heat., Lake Mead National Recreation Area, United States travel blog

Sure it's hot-but its a dry heat.

A travel blog entry by mdrury

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Yosemite National Park to Death Valley to Lake Mead I’m up, packed and on the road by 6 am.   Not because I couldn’t sleep wondering where the bear would strike next but mainly due to the fact that I will be going through Death ...

American Icons, Boulder, United States travel blog

American Icons

A travel blog entry by nkmorris

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... a range of interesting street art!     Sad to leave South Dakota, but mindful of the opportunity to meet friends in Boulder, the last couple of days have seen us traverse the west of Nebraska - state number seventeen for the trip - and the ...

Home Sweet Home?, Boulder, United States travel blog

Home Sweet Home?

A travel blog entry by erickahanson

... like that, you know, regardless of haphazzard planning, it just sort of works out how it will. So here I am in Boulder, Colorado. It's a beautiful state, and Boulder backs up to these huge gorgeous mountains called the FlatIrons which are part of the ...

Back in Boulder, Boulder, United States travel blog

Back in Boulder

A travel blog entry by chellb

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... since I had seen them.  The venue for the wedding was at the Chatauqua Ampitheater which is in the mountains overlooking Boulder.  These mountains are very steep so inside the ampitheater it felt like we were sitting right on top of the ...

Day 30 - A Better Day, Boulder Creek, United States travel blog

Day 30 - A Better Day

A travel blog entry by thebusmonkeys

... in town for dinner. They've got a few tables inside so we ate-in and got completely stuffed on their Single Meal deal. A bargain and highly recommended. Distance travelled: 0 miles Total distance travelled: 707 miles Days on road: 10 States visited: ...

Day 29 - Howdy Deputy, Boulder Creek, United States travel blog

Day 29 - Howdy Deputy

A travel blog entry by thebusmonkeys

... leaving it now while they are around. Distance travelled: 0 miles Total distance travelled: 707 miles Days on road: 9 States visited: 1 Scumbag families encountered: 1 All text and images subject to copyright law. Copyright 2008-2010 Melanie Fox. ...

Drove through Boulder, Montana, USA, Boulder, United States travel blog

Drove through Boulder, Montana, USA

A travel blog entry by ancasteve

Drove through Boulder, Montana, USA ...

Once upon a time..., Boulder, United States travel blog

Once upon a time...

A travel blog entry by chellb

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Well I'm about 80% done with loading my stuff into the U-Haul. The trailer is huge. Apparently Uhaul reserves the right to give you a larger trailer than you ordered at no extra cost. They exercised said right and now I'm driving a semi truck back to ...

Unexpected beauty / Unerwartete Schoenheit, Boulder, United States travel blog

Unexpected beauty / Unerwartete Schoenheit

A travel blog entry by reisenachinnen

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Good finds around the University of Colorado..., Boulder, United States travel blog

Good finds around the University of Colorado...

A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs

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We pressed on to the University of Colorado, Boulder. One thing is fairly certain, fun is always nearby college towns and Boulder didn't disappoint. Although it must have been spring break for the campus, there was still a lively, outdoorsy feel about her ...

Pictures recovered onward to AK, Boulder, United States travel blog

Pictures recovered onward to AK

A travel blog entry by barnis

... to leave Boulder and the comforts of Pat's house. Spent yesterday looking at Luke's cars wwwBoulderSpeedster.com and relaxing in Boulder. I managed to get some of the lost pictures recovered but not really the majority and it was definitely not worth ...

Back in BoCo, Boulder, United States travel blog

Back in BoCo

A travel blog entry by lili

... . I have not been so vigilant on keeping you all informed as of late but I wanted to say that I am back in the states and I am not too overwhelmed, I am enjoying the beautiful Colorado summer and wishing you all a wonderful summer as well. Please email ...

Route 66? - fageddaboutit.  Go with Route 12!, Calf Creek, UT - Route 12, United States travel blog

Route 66? - fageddaboutit. Go with Route 12!

A travel blog entry by ruthandpierce

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Made our way through the "Grand Staircase / Escalante" part of Utah via Route 12. Route 12 is a mind blow.  It is part of a scenic route that runs across nearly the entire the bottom of Utah and includes Zion NP, Brice Canyon NP, "Hell's Backbone", ...

27 Looking Back, Boulder Junction, United States travel blog

27 Looking Back

A travel blog entry by tombuttle

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The weather in northern Wisconsin is turning cool - most mornings there is ice on the water bucket, all the leaves have hit the ground, the Tamerack trees have turned yellow while shedding their old needles and most birds have migrated south except for ...

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