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The day started with a trip to the Butterhorn Bakery for the girls and I. Amazing breakfasts!!! Brian had to get "back to work" after two days off. The kids and I explored a few parks in town. We took a ride to Loveland Pass and ended up walking around the outlets before crashing. A great, restful ...
... ghostly shapes, balanced rocks, and fingers. The area was a desert mostly. The ground was covered with reddish dust, sage, cacti, and lizards.
Andrew was proud to earn his fourth junior ranger badge here. We hiked along the canyon's walls and enjoyed the shade of little caves.
After an extended stay, we descended to Fruita, west of where we started today on our ever-eastward journey. On the way back to I-70, we passed Dinosaur Hill where ecplirers ...
... seem much easier after 2 weeks in India. We couldn't be more excited about returning to Europe. And returning to the Balkans and Greece. We nicknamed the trip the "Alexander the Great Trip" but since he didn't really go all the places we are headed, I went with the much less exciting and cheesy Balkan Dreams. Hopefully the writing gets more creative as we go. We are sad to leave our mutt, but once again we have an amazing woman here taking care of him. Life is ...
Asa Firestone, sexiest climber of the year! Asa on the big screen during one of the slideshows.
More goofy photos (and of course climbing pics) from our trip to Boulder, CO, can be found here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/benkunz/se ts/72157631658957754/
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We started the day a little late. We didn't head out until around 9:00. Not much to see in Kansas. Lots of rolling hills, cows, corn, cows, corn..... for hours. The carousel in Burlington was very pretty. All of the animals were hand carved and painted by a German artist. The organ is not the original with the carousel but is similar to the one originally used. It cost a quarter for a ride and the outside animals travel at 12-15 mph which is a bit quick but the ride is ...