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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 …
After fifty-one days on the move, we have now found our way back home to our beloved city of Denver. Our final drive through the familiar Rocky Mountains of Colorado was a mixture of excitement to be back in a place that we love so much, but also a sense of sadness to know that this journey we dreamed of, lived, and loved was coming to an end.
Thinking back on our time we decided to include this final post as a mixture of facts and remembrances. In total we ...
For our first hike of the season we chose the trail on the east side of Kenosha Pass. This is a fairly flat hike, much of it along a small creek. We have done this in fall, and have loved the aspen colors, but found that mid-July yielded amazing meadows of wildflowers. We began the hike at the parking lot, heading down to the trail along a wooded path. Somehow we missed the trail beginning, and would up in an untracked meadow, full of the most ...
... hot tub for a few minutes. For dinner, we opted for takeout Thai and Mexican food -- both were delicious! We got to bed fairly early, because we had to be at the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in downtown Denver by 8:15 a.m. the following (Saturday) morning for our graduation ceremony and Mass. Our graduation ceremony was just beautiful, and we were pleased that the Archbishop of Denver was there to present our certificates to us. After spending a few minutes at the ...
We have been tracking along the Colorado River now for several hundred miles and it is such a different feeling from going through open desert or plains. The river gives a sense of guidance, security. It exudes sustenance, bringing to life the areas around its banks. This river is the primary source of water for the entire Southwest. It carved out the Grand Canyon and many other canyons along its way ...