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... Vallarta nearly 10 years ago and it got its reputation for the University of Colorado-Boulder and that university is supposedly the biggest party school in USA. I remember going to a buffet with these guys and they got unlimited alcohol at the restaurant in Mexico and were shotgunning/beer bonging beers. They were pretty crazy. Outside of this, I really didn't know what Boulder was known for. We passed by the college and it looked like one of ...
... I just wanted to take it slow and fade into the flow. Also, many of the questions that the people I saw asked, I didn't know how to answer. This whole trip has been process after process and it's hard to explain that and put it into words even for myself. I really haven't kept a journal for myself because I don't know what to say. I'm just living day to day like you are, it just looks different and I don't know how to put it into words. So just telling you (whoever you ...
... 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. ...
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7,000 20.3 MP/2400 RPM @ 14 GPH
My climb to 7,000 feet was not very long or difficult because I was already starting off at an altitude of 5,200 (field elevation of Boulder.) The beginning of my flight was very bumpy and a little uncomfortable. I was monitoring the weather in St. Louis and it looked like I was going to get a little bit of rain and there was really no way to avoid ...
... the cute town. We accomplished our goal, and found an adorable breakfast place with some fun feature coffees and the "best breakfast burrito ever" according to Brendan. After poking into way too many stores and stopping to take a ton of pictures, we discovered a hot air balloon launch site in nearby Fraser. Remembering our gift from Karyn's parents for our engagement, we were so ecxited to have an excuse to come back!