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Our earliest wake up yet: the alarm went off at 5:30, but
after going to bed at 10, we didn’t have too much trouble.
We headed down to the Black Canyon of Gunnison National
Park. James was intent on actually having 3 meals after not being allowed to
eat anything substantial until dinner the day before (other versions of the
story would ...
Going through the arapaho forest yesterday I heard a guy from Virginia say "arapaho" so badly I can't see the word now without cracking up. Anyway the camping spot here is closed so I stopped to ask at the bar/restaurant and the owner said I should just camp in back behind the bar. And some motorcyclist just bought my dinner before I could stop him. Thank. You. ...
... some of my favorite people call this place home. My cousin Sasha and her parents Kenny and Phylis all live locally. Ken is now in his early seventies and doing more than I do in my 40's. He goes skiing probably close to 70 days per year, has two super cool hotrods, an awesome Porsche 356, and continues to fix all his own stuff. He has always been someone that I looked up to and seeing him now only strengthens that. If I can do what he does at that ...
... and went to the other Gondala and came up to the Adventure Ridge) hiked to Adventure Ridge (it was a mile). When we got to the top we were going to go on "the big ropes corse" but it was too expensive. So we settled on trampoline bungee jumping instead :) First we ate lunch then we went and did "bungee jumping." Edie and Ben both did back flips ;) and Tommy did NOT want to get off ;( he threw a HUGE meltdown :| When we got him to calm down we took a family photo ...
... achievement and satisfaction. It also spurred me to keep my daily exercise regime going, so that i can climb one or two more, before the first snow on these peaks and before life becomes dormant here for a good three-quarters of a year.
P.S.Here is the link to some more photos of the climb. Enjoy!