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... right in front of the car.
We also saw marmots at Forest Canon Overlook and walked part of the Ute Trail to try to see pikas. We were successful in that but they are very hard to spot unless they move! The are related to the rabbit, but have no tail.
The scenery on the west side of the Continental Divide was very different to the East side. It's beautiful and winds along ...
... the impact of your actions. Leave it better then you found it type mindset.
Life is somewhat of a test. What you do when nobody is watching is important too. Because you are the grader. You know whats right and wrong, and you choose RIGHT. Even if nobody sees it. Hold yourself to a higher standard.
Have confidence. Know what you stand for, how you are gonna react when tested. My confidence is not gonna be lost if I have to walk ...
... We descended the hill and made the turn to Left Hand Canyon trying to stay with the group. This would be our theme in the coming miles because once we hit the flats it was full on. We were struggling to stay with the group and it was not going well. When I could look down the speedo was showing 30 to 35 plus mph. We finally made it back to the brewery parking lot. Welcome to Colorado.
The next day I decided to take Gordy on one of my favorite ...
... musicians, film makers, glass blowers, accountants, a World Bank employee, grad school and law school students, a bartender, all sorts of consultants. And I talked to countless strangers, about all sorts of crazy things. I slept on dozens of couches and pull-out beds, in breathtaking national and state parks, in my car in nice neighborhoods and hotel parking lots...
At a time where I am still seeking my place in the world, it was amazing to see ...
... goats' cheese and drizzled with balsamic and a massive corned-beef sandwich with local dressing and home made bread.....we wolfed it down. Life is funny like that sometimes, we seriously did not have a care in the world as we sat at over 10,000ft, sipping coffee, taking in the sunshine and mountains all around.....the wait for lunch went by all too quickly.
Soon after we were off for even more altitude, reaching a maximum ...
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