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... saw is only starting to sink in. I have never felt so connected to the entire country and our history from founding to present as I do right now. I got to go to the Civil Rights museum and 16th Street Baptist Church in Alabama, go to the Capitol, White House, Supreme Court, and Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC, the Gettysburg museum and battlefields, the Museum of Western Expansion in St. Louis. I stayed with and met with people working as oil ...
The day started out with a very cool start from Gunnison (Colorado); we had both had a great night's sleep and were ready for an 8am get-away. Our initial planning had us taking in a route via Altmont, then up to Cottonwood Pass (on of Colorado's highest pass at over 12,500ft) and then down into Buena Vista.....a bit more map scrutiny, some cross-checking with the weather and local Dept. of Transport, backed up by ...
... 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)
... unique to that market, maybe a highlight on
a specific item or type of food to try at the market. I also wanted to hear
personalized stories, maybe about listening to Christmas carolers, or how
detailed the ornaments at this market. I especially think a primer on typical
traditions and symbols of the holidays should have been covered. In the United
States we don’t place a huge importance of the Star of Bethlehem, and I know I
... t feed it one of the dog treats that you were given when you paid to get in. The "world's largest prairie dog" that is advertised on road signs for 15 miles is simply a huge statue of a prairie dog made out of concrete. There is a 5 and 6 legged cow there, but it looks more like something that was created because the cow was exposed to radioactivity than something of a natural occurrence.