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... After a good hour of catching up, unfortunately, we all had to say farewell and hit the road so we collected George and continued north toward Colorado and the Rocky Mountains. Or so we thought. It turns out that the closest we got to the Rockies was a nice view out of the left side of the car. Most of Colorado that we saw is high plains. Who knew there was more to Colorado than mountains? Hmm.. maybe I should have paid as much attention to U.S. Geography as I did to ...
... River flows through Pueblo before going on its way. There is a section at one end of the river walk which has the names and dates of service of veterans, mainly from the Pueblo area. Although my brother Paul never lived in Pueblo, his widow, daughter, son-in-law, and grandchildren do. A picture of his plaque is included.
We finished the day by having dinner at Barb's while we watched our family member -- Joe Kelly, Jr.-- pitch for the Boston ...
... a special Mass for her school reunion attendees. Dave, Pat and I went to Mass at Blessed Sacrament Church where I took a couple of pictures which will be at the bottom of this post. Had a wonderful dinner back at Dave and Linda's and got to meet Will's son, Phoenix, who is three and a half. Can't believe I didn't take any pictures of him?!?!?
On Sunday we had another wonderful huge brunch, visited awhile, HAD to go to DQ as well as get two pizzas from Papa Murphy. The ...
... in that moment. I said goodbye to Chris and Kirsty in Cotopaxi. That town and the surrounding area is super beautiful. The road runs alongside the Arkansas River, and winds between two mountains. I was really able to enjoy the view, because the road was mostly trending downhill. I passed through Canon City, which was my first experience of the trip with general unfriendliness towards bicycles. It had a beautiful town park with water ...
... for hotel swimming pools, rum and cokes, And a good dinner at Ted Nelson's Steakhouse.
Today we did Montrose to Pueblo, CO, in much cooler temperatures. It felt good to be back in CO, climbing Monarch Pass, and riding through the twisties.
Tomorrow we get to see Jim and Cindy Britton, old friends in Garden City, KS.