Ponderosa at Timber Run
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... obvious, since there is no higher possible elevation. Other than the stress of riding to the summit, I feel fine. No mountain ill effects at all. Even though we feel fine, we’ve been on the road since early this morning and we're ready to call it a day. We head back toward Idaho Springs, 6,600 feet below us. It’s a 27-mile ride down the mountain to Idaho Springs, a one-hour descent. From there, it’s 35 miles to ...
... 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 ...
... many people originally from Seattle as were from Boulder, so we fit right in and caught up with a few old friends! Of course, no climbing party is complete without a little shena****ns! The two birthday-goers acquired tricycles for birthday gifts (though Arun bought Joe a proper trike while the other literally fell apart on the street) ...
Another couple of days at work. Yesterday was mostly work on my lesson plans. We took a trip to the NCAR facility up on the mountain to visit the VIZ (3D visualization) lab. That was a pretty cool place. The conference room has tables set up in a U shape with 2 ceiling mounted projectors (one for each eye's image) and they are able to display 3D animations of the results of the climate simulations. Before we ...
... cakes, but I have no idea how to order one, or even how to pronounce it.
Also having all of the terms on one
page, so a traveler could easily reference it would be lovely.
The images in this book are unbelievable small and hard
to see. Some are small thumbnail icons and the captions are unreadable. I think
if you are going to bother putting images in the book, please make them
viewable so they can add to the book. I ...