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Travel Blogs from Fraser
... by an American explorer. By 1860 the man set up a town and bought the land from an old Sioux woman from the Dakotas, instead of the local Indians, the Utes, who had legal title to this place via treaties. The courts rejected the suit filed by the Ites who were now labeled enemies of the state by the territorial governor. The soa at the springs were remodeled a few times since those days. At one reopening a Ute elder was invited to pray... I wonder why he'd accept the invitation. ...
... Coming down was MUCH better than going up but I'm not sure why. This was one of the coolest things we've ever done. The views were indescribable. We saw an elk, several deer, lots of goats, what I think were groundhogs, and very tame chipmunks.
We came down from the mountain around dark and had supper at Tommy Knocker brew pub and drove home. I'm almost too tired to climb in the bed but I wanted to get all of this down before I forgot something. Life is great!
... to find a young couple arguing in the house across the street. The crazy girlfriend was screaming at her boyfriend, Ben. She was asking why he had text Juliana back. He couldn’t provide a suitable reason so an argument ensued. She was screaming so loud that the neighbourhood dogs howled in unison. The police were eventually called and everyone quietened down. It was the perfect end to our stay in university town, ...
Well, 24 hours from now we'll be sitting on the plane on our way home L.
I can’t believe just over 3 weeks of travelling is all but over, and it’s back to reality.
We had planned to spend some more time around Boulder for our last full day as we wanted to visit the National Centre for Atmospheric Research, which is near the Flatirons in Boulder. We thought this would be a good place to visit for our little weather freak Cian, who is ...
... to be from some distant island. We rode through campus at the University of Colorado, visited the architectually trendy library, walked around Pearl Street watching the street perfromers, had a burrito at "Illegal Pete's", and spent much of the day convincing Jess that we need to move here one day. A great day in Boulder! That night, we shared a great meal with Karl and his friends. So sad to leave ...
Other places to stay in Fraser
52 Meadow Mile, Fraser | Condofrom $112
191 E Meadow Mile, Fraser | 3 star condofrom $90
200 Bryant Street, Fraser | Condofrom $105
50 Cranmer Avenue, Fraser | Condofrom $115
524 Sun River Drive, Fraser | Condofrom $105
100 Bryant Street, Fraser | 3 star condofrom $115