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... there was a larger amount of girls rather than boys. I was one of those
lucky people, well my twin sister and I. When arriving to our rooms, it was
spectacular, hands down it was something you would never have thought would
come your way and I could say that for the first night of being on this trip, it
was definitely not a disappointment. It was like a mini penthouse and it was
all ours. The best part about it was that this became the first hotel ...
... of their antlers and the fact they were staring at us… and backed off. We kept walking into town and stood on a bridge watching a partly frozen river below. It was a beautiful morning.
The shuttle picked us up and drove us to Denver International Airport. There was a couple who lived in Washington D.C. on the shuttle, who were also on the shuttle coming to Estes Park in the first place. We exchanged contact details for when we get ...
We woke up and went upstairs to have some really nice pancakes for breakfast. Then Dad, Chris and I went to Jax and then the lab. Jax was a outdoors store which sold fishing gear and bait which is what we needed to get. Near the car park there was a field where there were heaps of really cute prairie dogs digging holes on the ground and wagging their little tails. Then we went to the university where Chris worked at to feed some of his ...
... the last 50 miles when we hit congestion as the labor day weekend was underway and the roads were busy. We got to our Hotel The Magnolia in downtown Denver about 6:30 and after checking in went out to explore and get something to eat. Tamara was not impressed, thought there were too many down and outs and people on drugs. The rest of us thought it was fairly ...
... Olympia, and Juneau. And I’m amazed that so much of the land, and the resources, that make up our country is found in a rather small number of states. Think of it. Think oil: Alaska and North Dakota. Think coal: Montana and Wyoming. Think wheat, and corn, and sunflowers: Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota. Think of all the food grown in California’s San Joaquin Valley. I have observed these wonders from the driver’s seat of the Scion. I ...