11th Avenue Hotel & Hostel
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Day 8- Sept. 28th
Medicine Bow, Wy to Denver, Co est. 185 miles
The sound of another
early morning train wakes me this morning. I go to the window to get a peek of
the sunrise and ensure my motorcycle is where I left it. I dress and pack
quickly this morning and I'm downstairs with coffee in hand before eight …
Today was a bittersweet day for many of us. Although going home is appealing to many, we also didn't want to leave the beauty and and all the adventures we've had in Puerto Rico the last week. For me personally, this morning was the perfect start for me! I got up and ran along the beach (and still managed to have two dogs chase after me - where they came from, I have no idea) and then laid by the pool for a bit before I had to get ready.
... a dull moment.
When we arrived, i imediately rushed to the bathroom and changed into shorts. Afterall we had left in the snow and were now experiencing 80 degree weather!
We set off on a long walk to get our rental cars. While the adults were inside doing whatever you do to rent a car we had a very interesting conversation. Simone and i were planning which stars we were going to visit on the hollywood walk of fame, we then decided that we could use the very ...
... us and at one point Hannah made a quick dash but it just a small lizard. We all jumped.
the park also has black bear, coyote, deer, elk, fox, prairie dog and rabbits. We didn't see any of these either.
The park has dramatic red stone formations, including the 300 million year old red stone 'Fountain Formation' that tilt at a 60 degree angle. Elevations in the park range from 1,800 to 2,200 metres. The park habitat consists of forest of ponderosa ...
Dale Chihuly is a Seattle-based glass sculptor whose work I first became familiar with in 2002 when I lived in Chicago and saw a major exhibition of his world in the Garfield Park Conservatory. These pictures are from the exhibition of his work at ...