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Travel Blogs from Fraser
... a banana suit, a skirt and my favourite was a Johnny Cash fan - black shirt, trousers, black cowboy hat and snow boots. He looked great! People just seemed to wear whatever they normally wore with ski boots. As Rhiannon said by text 'Welcome to America!'.
On the way home, we stopped to look at the Continental Divide - where the water one side of the sign flows to the Atlantic and the other to the Pacific. Quite cool!
Great day - very proud of the kids.
... he had other roommates I opt to knock despite having a key. Saves any confusion on who is walking in the door. It's answered by a bald middle aged man Rick. He asked why I knocked if I had a key and answered his own question in one sentence; for politeness, is the way he put it. He showed me my room which was basically a mattress on the floor and where the bathroom was. He then leaves me to play the xbox. I grab my bags and find myself making several trips ...
... to his wife and the 3 family dogs. The dogs were very cute but as many of you may know I am not particularly warm and fuzzy inside and therefore find people who treat their dogs like children a bit odd. Alongside this I can't stand it when dogs lick your face and probably washed my hands about 30 times a day because I could feel the dog germs on me. So I spent a good chunk of my time there avoiding the dog saliva and washing my hands. I ...
... dessert. It was very good.
Tomorrow we go to Estes Park the start of our drive through Rocky Mountain National Park. We changed our plans a bit. Instead of going northwest on CO 36 we are driving due west and then north to Estes Park. Our new route is called Peak to Peak and is supposed to be very scenic.
We just saw fireworks over Boulder, spectacular!!! Hope you all had a wonderful Fourth.
... colorful with the changing aspens and almost cloudless skies.
Despite not climbing a mountain, I suspect I ascended about 2,500 feet from the
trailhead, but many parts of the trail were level or with repeated short ups
and downs rather than the continuous ascent and then descent of a peak climb. I’d
highly recommend the hike to anyone looking for a long day hike in remote
country where few other hikers go.