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... s. Interesting since she hadn’t considered herself a Buddhist yet nor really discovered this place where she would one day be set free. He insisted that I pick some special rocks out of a nearby creek just as she did. Looking on the map there were so many creeks! How would I know which one to stop at? I didn’t know if this was going to be possible but the road soon leveled off with Wolf Creek! I pulled over and in my open toed platform sandals I crossed over ...
Our new home for the next week was in the small town of Alamosa, Colorado with my old boss Cleave and his family. Alamosa is situated in the South of the state and is located on what Cleave calls an elevated desert. It didn't look too desert-like to us with green farmlands bordered by snow capped mountains. Could get used to this.
... found our room and deposited our stuff. We went downstairs to the Clancey Restaurant because the San Luis Brewery is a mile walk from the inn. They didn't have any local beers so Larry had a Fat Tire and Derek had a Guinness. I had a quesadilla, Larry had a burrito and Derek had enchiladas. When I was done I went up to take a shower. Steam trains are really dirty and I had soot and ashes everywhere. I removed cinders from my hair ...
Two days ago was our first over 100 degree day. At close to 110 everyone was looking for a swim of some type. We tried to find a outdoor pool in a little out lying town but were unsuccessful. Instead we found a creepy visitor center and an old looking museum. While walking through, we found a sign with the words "The Hyland Hotel" I asked Grandpa if he knew if we had insisters in this area. He didn't know. All four kids walked back to the ...
... and stopped to take apic, cool! A little further, a couple were grazing on the side of the road likecattle, wierd, i couldnt stop though. In SL, it was exactly what i was looking for in a quiet western desert town. I parked and walked up this mesa to some kind of pilgramige church, of the four stations or something. It looked impressive from way down here. It was around noon, supper hot, but i went up and took pics on the trail up. Evry once in a while there was ...
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