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Travel Blogs from Fraser
... amble across the valley below while drinking our coffee - they were oblivious to us way up above.
On the way back to the entrance to the park, we stopped at various places to see what was around. We really wanted to see the bighorn sheep, as we haven't caught sight of them yet. While looking over the valley, chipmunks were running around and Olav amazingly spotted a hummingbird in a tree. We could hear it and then it came out ...
... 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 ...
... in the store. Riche took the boys to the Lego store while Morgan and I had some girl time.
We ate lunch and then headed out for Boulder. All was going well until we missed the all important road to Boulder. We drove roughly 12 miles in the wrong direction before we realized our mistake. Well, normally this would be a really bad thing, but it just so happened we were seeing about the ...
... you will have no choice but to force a descend.
My plane fortunately has TKS, which is a fluid that weeps out on the wing and deflects ice. I was comfortable with flying into a little ice because I knew it was not likely to exist for more then an hour (and I have anti-icing capabilities).
I said my goodbyes (again) to everyone at the airport, and then took off. For any pilots out there, my route and power settings were as ...
So even though we don't leave for about a month, here is our first post! We're getting everything together to travel over to Thailand, Burma, and Cambodia; including the netbook pc that I am typing on right now.. Visa for Burma is secured, and others will be once we get over there; cameras are charged, memory cards are ready, and more importantly both of us are ...
Other places to stay in Fraser
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100 Bryant Street, Fraser | 3 star condofrom $115