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... sugar of any kind in the flat.
Tuesday - We skyped Darrens family then met up with the couple we were going to move in with. They are living further west about 24 miles in Eagle...we met them at loaded joe's then went for a walk with their dog to the park. The weather turned and we were in pretty hard rain so headed back...this place is even beautiful in the rain.
Wednesday - We skyped Darrens Nan ...
... the coffee shop being pretty unique too. We had lunch at the coffee shop called 'Sticky Fingers Cafe' and it was so tasty!!
Darren had a coffee with a BBQ pulled pork sandwich on a pretzel bun.
I had a warm apple cider (cider isn't always alcoholic over here...it's just more of a spiced warm apple drink) and a salad with spinach, mandarin orange, cranberries, chicken, almonds, feta and a raspberry dressing. We resisted all of the yummy ...
... 20th century and we share a birth day.
Hehas inspired me to take on photography and specially black and white photography. I discover some of his pictures in a bookshop in Berkeley 40 years ago and I was totally taken by his interpretation of landscapes.
He has been instrumental in the promotion of the beauty of the american landscapes and his work on the National parks has been invaluable on helping ...
... but all we saw of either of them was moose droppings!
Our guide told us the story of how Breckenridge got its name. In 1859 a town of gold miners was set up along the Blue River in Colorado. The town was called "Breckinridge" with the hopes of getting the attention of Vice President John Breckinridge. The town’s people hoped that by flattering V.P. Breckinridge he would help them get a post office. The plan worked and Breckinridge ...
We left Moab in 40 degree heat, ready for the next biking location. It wasn't too far away, and although we swapped the red rocks for tan colored mountain backdrops, and sweet fast single track - we didn't leave the desert...and the heat. We said goodbye to Utah and hello to Colorado. Fruita is a known biking town and also thrives off irrigation. The Colorado river which used to run all the way to the ocean - is used here (and all over the western side of the U.S) for people as ...