Castle Rock KOA

6527 S Interstate 25, Boulder, Colorado, United States | Campground
 

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Last stop in Boulder and the first step East

A travel blog entry by alexofhare

... amongst the thousands on niches that populate the Earth. I mean no offense when I say hick; I'm simply using the world to give the reader a one-word description of who I am dealing with.

So these hicks pull up next to me in a beat-up silver pickup, both wearing camo baseball hats and smoking what I can only guess are Pyramids or Pall Malls. The driver, who looks like he was repeatedly hit in the ...

Grand Junction to Boulder

A travel blog entry by tpress29

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... but definitely not something to ignore. We wound down the mountain and before I knew it we were at the turnoff towards Boulder. I drove up through the suburbs, and traffic, passed Buffalo Bills grave and into Boulder. First impressions were it was a nice, relaxing looking town. I followed the GPS to the restaurant which is on the middle of town. As the GPS takes me on this odd route, I see college kids playing beer pong on their front lawn. Not even a lot ...

A displaced heart...

A travel blog entry by cmoreforlife

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... the way to the airport. Tears of anxiety mostly. Being that I have such a great relationship with my mom and felt like that time went by too quickly, it was hard to say goodbye and face the adventure with new eyes. I had rested but I felt like my heart was at unrest from being displaced. A new pressure has been added and as excited as I am, I still feel I am wrestling with it...

Thoughts? There are too many and not structure about them to put them in words..


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TRIP PREPARATIONS

A travel blog entry by jehueser

... insurance, got an international driver permit, and reserved a car. We ended up with a Hertz rental of a Hyundai 6 speed diesel station wagon, large enough to handle luggage, backpacks and carry-ons for four people. Quite economical since we averaged over 30 MPG, considering that fuel was about 1.40 Euros/liter ($6.90/gal)
5) How to handle the change of currency and trip expenses? Many European countries ...

Boulder

A travel blog entry by hrobertson91

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... be at least a quarter of my report. My host decided we should drive to the renewable energy labs nearby and on the journey I saw some very impressive colourful big rock. I know just how stupid 'big rocks' sounds but I can't think of a better way of describing them. Around 5pm we travelled to our restaurant for the evening which was up in the mountains in Gold Hill, a tiny town with original wooden lodges that was apparently the site of the ...

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This campground, located on 6527 S Interstate 25, Boulder, is near Flagstaff Mountain.
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