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Left Austin about 5pm on United airlines; just one hop to Denver, then a van drove us to Breckenridge (about 2.5 hours - it was snowing and quite a bit of traffic.)
Nice condo (#1205) at the Hyatt/Wyndham Main Street Station - kitchen, living room, etc. (no washer/dryer, but has one down the hall). The usual woodsy, moose, outdoorsy motif. Pretty good location to the slopes, just a little walk. Very close Main Street shops and restaurants. I ...
On the way back to Greeley, we stopped in Breckinridge bright and early to have some coffee and breakfast sandwiches. Ate at a cozy place on Main Street, on a comfortable couch in front of a fireplace. Perfect way to end our little Colorado getaway. ...
An excerpt from:
"Hózhóogo Naasháa Doo"
“In Beauty May I Walk”- Navajo Prayer
With beauty before me may I walk
With beauty behind me may I walk
With beauty above me may I walk
With beauty all around me,
may I walk.
I love the perfect simplicity of this poem. I just spent a week traversing Navaho Reservation territories in Utah and Arizona and I have seen firsthand ...
After a longer-than-necessary (but ever so hearty) breakfast at the DoubleTree, we walked down to the start area. None of the team buses were in yet, so we hit the merchandise trailer (again) for another "Hincapie Retirement Party" shirt. Picked up another couple of cowbells (I have a genuine collection going, at this point -- maybe 20 or so?), and then back to wait for the team buses.
We realized we didn't have our autograph ...
... after throwing it up in an involuntarily arm spasm! After the drama of the hot chocolate and a terrible night's sleep, we took a nap in the car park before setting off back down the mountains, again stopping for the views along the way and to pause at the continental divide. This is the point on the continent where the watershed is located, determining where the water drains to. On the eastern side of the continental divide, all water drains into the Atlantic ...