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... day today and I am thankful for everything I have here in Boulder. I'm also thankful it will all be here when I get back and I will be starting a new job as well! Lots to look forward to.
I will write on this blog every day and include pictures of what I see and do.
So off I go.
Thanks to my amazing family and friends for helping make this ...
... learn on this trip is to just enjoy the moment and not worry about what's going to happen next. It's easy for me to do that because I am alone most of the time and I plan my day and try to control how it happens and how much I can get done. It most often than not doesn't work that way but at least it's planned. I think the great moments passing scare me the most because I want them to last forever and I don't know when the next one will come. I've had to learn a lot of ...
... to wait for an hour before leaving. Needless to say I was not a happy camper after doing a 120 mile ride and then sitting on a bus with a couple of snack bars to eat, not to mention the 2 hour drive back to Evergreen.
We finally made it back to the parking lot and waited another hour to retrieve our bikes. After not finding any restaurants nearby I looked over to Gordy and said "Ok, you've got me in a bad spot, I'm getting delirious, let's just eat at ...
... 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!
... I thought about walking to the Farmers' Market but I wasn't sure about the weather so I drove. The monsoon rains can pop up in a matter of minutes and if you are far from your car or far from a building you can get soaked to the skin almost instantaneously. I took $80 and tried hard not to spend more than that allotment but I spent that just on a bracelet for myself. Oh well. Most of the vendors have that little convenient device that ...