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... of a street downtown. There are yoga studios on every corner and amazing cafés and clothing stores. We found another campground about 25 minutes from town and set up camp. We went back into town for a yummy pub supper and some more wandering. We found an amazing underground pool hall with $6 pitchers and free pool! The campground we found was booked for the weekend so we only got one night out of it and had to pack up again on Friday morning. ...
... The camera captured this as it took a stream of photos. I came up on the rocks so fast the little squirrels on the rocks below forgot to scatter. I retrieve my camera and go back and sit on that rock for a while just to be still. And cause I do the squirrels all came out of their hidy holes and began to play and dance on the forest floor. They ran and jumped all the obstacles around for what seemed like no real reason, but it seemed fun. They were fast and nimble ...
... flute you could imagine and you play all the notes up and down starting with the low notes, going to the highest, and heading back down to the low. Her We took a cave tour of "wind cave" which has thousands of miles of tunnels all under one square mile of surface. interestingly there is no change in weather or temperature in the cave all year long. It stays a constant 50 something degrees and there is no life down there except for springtails. The cave is comprised mostly ...
... flight planning all the way to New York. I mentioned to my father that I was thinking about trying for Des Moines, Iowa. He then, being the very controlling individual he is, called a friend in St. Louis, Missouri. I then received a call from his friend, Michael Peterson, who generously offered to let me stay at his house. I now had a destination set: Spirit of St. Louis Airfield.
I said my goodbyes in CO to my aunt, uncle, cousin ...
... colorful with the changing aspens and almost cloudless skies.
Despite not climbing a mountain, I suspect I ascended about 2,500 feet from the
trailhead, but many parts of the trail were level or with repeated short ups
and downs rather than the continuous ascent and then descent of a peak climb. I’d
highly recommend the hike to anyone looking for a long day hike in remote
country where few other hikers go.