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So we left boulder at 8am this morning after we picked up the rental car and packed it full of our stuff. We decided on a rental car for a couple of reasons - one phoebe wasn't too sure that her car would make the journey especially as we have to take the rodeo another 2300 miles boulder to Connecticut via Dallas to see nana patti. We grabbed some breakfast at dunkin donuts and then headed out on the first leg of our journey... Boulder to salt lake. Colorado is beautiful as ever but ...
... which she spends the next half hour laughing and bugging me about. I tell the trooper that if I had known it was 65 there is no way I would have passed him doing 76, he accepts this with a -yeah that was painfully obvious to me - and he lets me off with an admonishment to pay closer attention.
Ticket avoided, we stop at REI to shop around see if there is anything else we need for the Canyon then on to a hotel and retire for the night.
End day ...
... me from Dallas Fort Worth while I was with Vanessa that the rudder on their plane needed attention and they would be delayed. Vanessa offered me a late check-out so I could stay in the room till 12:30. It was much better than hanging out at the airport with my 50 pounds of luggage plus backpack. About half of my suitcase is filled with warm weather gear for Australia but for now I just have to deal with it.
Gus and Derek ...
... A little later down the same road we pulled over and waited for them so we could cheer them on and take their photos. The guys needed to study the plants up close and personal so it was some time later when we pulled into the car park of the visitor centre only to be met by the same tourists – all Japanese and not able to speak English. All they wanted to do was have their photos with the guys – each and every one of them, all excited, swapping ...
... under the arbor; wisteria clusters brush your shoulder; leave their scent. Flowers fill the May-day scene in crayola-brilliant landscaped beds; snowballs on bushes go sprawling up the hill. Where is that splashing water?
Leave the Fragrance Garden; take the path through the Medicinal Garden, it’s marked on your map; the Herb Garden is next. Your senses touch a memory as you move from place ...