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The girls and I took a mine tour today. It was on the list of things the girls really wanted to do before we leave. We went 1,000 feet into a mine and panned for gold! Daddy and the boys met us for a picnic lunch. They wanted to ride the gondola in Breckenridge one last time. ;-) Most pictures are on my camera but here's a few from my ...
... of the eccentric progressive engineer John Otto. The man spent mist of his life as a booster for the mesa's inclusion on the roster if national parks. He created trails and served as a ranger in the park when it finally was created. He happily was paid $1 a month to do the job.
He said the place was the "heart of America." I'm not sure if that is true, but it was a beautiful area, especially along the canton ridges. Sandstone melted away at the mesa's edges ...
... and head straight for Kosovo. We spend a day there, then down to Ohrid, Macedonia (because I saw a photo of the lake once years ago - where else do we get inspiration for travels?), then back to Albania for a few days of beaches and ruins. We will then fly from Tirana to Athens for a week of Peloponnesian fun. Even though these are not common tourist destinations, we are not worried. In fact, we have no reservations or serious itinerary. Things like driving through ...
... the man behind Beyond Gear and co-founder the Centro de Escalada Urbana (CEU), a climbing school for at-risk youth in the favelas of Rio de Janeiro. Asa is super passionate for using adventure for good. Oh, and he also poses in flashy new outdoor clothing on his climbing expeditions because he's just that damn good looking!! "Dere-lict" ...
... of dry trees so the fire was less likely to come down into the city and destroy the homes. Maybe they will get through the rest of the year without this same terror. It was a great hike but the altitude got to me. It was a bit difficult to breathe on that steep climb. We had lunch on Pearl Street, visited the University of Colorado, then I had my first taste of buffalo (buffalo chili nachos) for supper. Another great day!