Fraser Crossing / Founders Pointe
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... pork marinated in Jack Daniels bourbon, mashed potatoes and steamed vegetables. It is supposed to snow very heavy overnight so our plans tomorrow are dependent on travelling conditions. The highway we did today is supposed to have 8-12 inches of snow tomorrow and heading north it is not looking any better as we climb into the mountains heading towards Yellowstone National ...
... on this trip, one of them being how to have fun alone. It's been different, let me tell you, but it's been a blast getting to know myself in these new ways.
I didn't tell anyone in my friend group that I was coming home particularly because I just wanted to dwell in my family and take time to be fully in all those moments and events with them. I wanted to go check out the Origins church but I knew I would "blow my cover" and feel overwhelmed with people wanting to hang ...
... mountains and streams that I think I've ever seen. This was one detour you wouldn't want to miss! And we were fortunate to see it twice, because we had to backtrack 12 miles to connect to the correct road. (How's that for reframing?)
We made it to Boulder around 5:00 and checked into our hotel. Hotel Boulderado was built at the turn of the century and it's a fairly interesting landmark to see. ...
... the flight I was texting one of my flight instructors, Harold, who was moderating the weather on his computer in Fresno, California and giving me advice on what to do.
Like I suspected, I started into the clouds in eastern Kansas. This line of precipitation was very odd for this time of year. It was the first time in history that Kansas got snow in the month of May. It was very annoying that this spring weather phenomenon had to ...
... taste. After milling the ingredients are mixed and then placed in bags. The bags are boxed, wrapped and palletized. We got to enter the mint room which clears you sinuses with the intensity of the mint. After the tour we sampled multiple teas and purchased our favorites. Heading out we said goodbye to the prairie dogs who inhabit the lawn in front of the factory.
B-B review: 4 thumbs up , 2 thumbs sideways (Ben and Sarah), 1 thumb down (Jacob)