Aspen Winds on Fall River
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... edge and scared, and was very out of breath from the altitude. I got up to turn down the thermostat, felt my way around the edge of the bed because it was too dark to see, and accidentally touched Justin's foot. Gave the poor guy a heart attack! Right as I was drifting off (with my leg and arm hanging out of the blankets), I felt like I was touched - my mid thigh, twice, and then my upper arm. I wasn't scared though. I felt so peaceful and content. Who ...
We had great weather when we left the Des Moines, IA area on Saturday morning and drove to Estes Park, CO. But, by the time we arrived, the temperature was in the single digits. It's been frigidly cold. We went to the Rocky Mountain National park and only did one short trail to a site. Between the cold and high elevation, it was tough. The weather is supposed to be better the next few days, although the low today was -14 degs!
... trusty guide kept her up. About 3 hours in she caught her first trout!! By then I was so cold I had to go get my hoodie from the car and missed fish #2. I did catch a glimpse of fish #3 as he "released" himself from the catch as she lifted the pole up. It was a lovely little patch of the river and I got some nice shots of the sunlight on the water. I also was able to enjoy some little things you don’t ordinarily notice as I was sitting and standing ...
... t quite understand just how the scoring
system works, because knocking your opponent off his horse doesn’t necessarily
seem to be the way to score points. Most of the competitors seemed to be from
Canada, so maybe jousting is a bigger sport there. I don’t think jousting is
something particularly Scottish or Celtic, but it’s something completely different
and lots of fun. Jousting is cool! I vote to add it as an official Olympic
... the story, he was so excited that he promptly ordered 50 for the park. Now they are in every patrol car, every visitor's center, and every formal stop.
We had an enjoyable lunch looking out over the glacial cirque in back of the visitor's center, and then went to ask some questions about butterflies I had seen. We happened to draw the same ranger who had given the nature walk (TOTALLY unrecognizable without his hat, but he recognized ...