Moraine Park Campground
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Endelig - tiden var kommet til at vi kunne hente vores camper.
Pickup-time var dog først kl. 14.30, så Tanja kørte os til Walmart, hvor vi handlede hele butikken - stort set - så vi igen var klar til at udstyre vognen med det mest nødvendige.
Herefter kørte vi retur til "Tanjas hus" i Lafayette, hvor vi sendte familien Schmidt i …
I needed to lie about coming for a tour to get past the young lad on the hotel gate, well that’s what I thought, as it turns out I probably could have said “we are coming to take pictures of the stairs from Dumb & Dumber” and he’d have let us in. The hotel is pretty amazing and everyone staying there was either rich or getting married or probably both. They had a sign preventing none guests tripping ...
... a quote from John Denver's song Amazon:
"There is a river that runs from the mountains
That one river is all rivers, , all rivers are that one"
The weather has been cold, but fine, but a light sprinkling of rain had started. It has been the coldest day in months today, with 2.5cms of snow falling today. Despite that, there was no snow around when we arrived back this afternoon, it was a cold day – let us see what is in store for us ...
... with him concerning the events that took place at the place we were staying, and I find him portraying the life of Christ with grace and mercy.
We went to the ranch for one simple reason, to spend time with some dear friends and fellowship together. It was a big deal for me to go there. This place has for years represented all the things that compel me to speak the way I do against denominational religiosity and the constant ...
... I have a PowerBar in my pack that one might want to eat. I push the thoughts of marauding bears, trees, and zombies out of my mind. I’m going to be daring and continue hiking alone into the wilderness. I turn my back to Julie and “feather” my way across the top of the snow pile toward Big Meadow.
Shortly, I come to the turnoff for Big Meadow and I cannot even see that trail through the snow. It’s apparently not used much. I follow what looks like a path ...