Jellystone Park of Estes
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... about a flower that takes 25 years to bloom.
We also took a hike around Bear Lake. All five kids got to climb on boulders. We climbed very high until Daddy said, "Guys, that's high enough." It was a very fun hike.
After that we went to dinner it was Mexican. It was good. Then we went to have a fire at the ...
... look for something large and brown moving in among the willows. (Of course, he also said that no doubt the moose would suddenly move out from behind the willows just after we passed, so the next car would see them.....)
We drove slow and looked hard, but in the end, it was humans at the side of the road which gave the show away (and no one had to look hard for those!) Two big female moose were off to the east side ...
... in one of the most prolific climbing cultures and settings in America. Even Alex Honnald, the climbing superstar who abruptly fell into stardome with his bold successes of climbing long and challenging test pieces without a rope, was in attendance and giving the rest of us mere mortals autographs in between the showing of "Honnald 3.0," a ...
... of his old campus. The university is beautiful and poops all over Australian universities. I guess this is why tuition costs so much here, someone has to pay for all that sandstone. We strolled across the beautifully manicured lawns and visited Josephs old dorm. That night we took in the sights (bars) of University Hill. The next day the weather turned, dropped to about 10 degrees Celsius and started raining. I am told Boulder ...
... Then there was a long walk to another terminal and a painfully slow security line before we were ready for our connecting flight. My Dad met us in Denver and Mom had stocked the fridge and had our mail waiting at home. Thanks Mom and Dad.
The air quality difference was really noticeable the second we walked outside in LA and even more so in Denver. After a month of breathing the Beijing ...
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