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... in the grass eating. There are so many unique little stores and a mountain creek (stream? river? whatever) running through the town. I love this place! I could spend a week here easily - or more. We ended up going to an Italian place since it was so late and I still need a grocery store, but it wasn't very good. We then came back to our cabin for the night. There is so much to do here and I hope we can fit it all in.
... 2 days. Today we traveled around 700 miles and we were in the car for around 10.5 hours. To some this may sound like the definition of hell, but it was surprisingly easy. The kids alternated between watching movies and playing on electronics. During the short periods that we told them they had to look out of the window and appreciate America it took about 5 minutes before the touching would begin, chaos would start to ensue, and we weakly, quickly and unabashedly put the screens ...
... easily my biggest turnoff when it comes to a hotel. I can overlook any and even all issues at an establishment if I am treated with respect and honor. I think maybe Diane is confusing wealth and class. Just because someone isn't willing to spend $300 a night at her lodge neither means they don't HAVE it or that they are lack the class to stay at your stuck up pretentious B&B. I certainly was glad I hadn’t made the mistake of booking a ...
We had about 100 miles left of our journey down towards Boulder, CO. We started very early in the morning (0430 I think) We made the last 100 miles into boulder where we headed straight to Boulder mountain park. This Park ws incredable, high mountains and heaps of trails.
After this is was time to make ...
... of the mountains. I don't know an exact measurement, but I would be willing to guess that there were sustained winds of 40-50 mph... that's SUSTAINED winds, not wind gusts. It was the kind of wind that can cause you to lose your balance. Little pieces of dust were occasionally hitting me in the face and it felt like needles. I could barely get out of the car to take a picture, because the wind was blowing so hard ...