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... only green. The only animals we saw were elk that people were walking right up to. The view from the top of the alpine tree line was pretty. Bare land with spots of snow.
The drive to White Pass, WA is just as beautiful. We really are lucky to live where we do. 300 days of sunshine in Yakima and within 2 hours of any type of landscape (desert, mountains, ocean, ...
... have been unable to see anything. Graham gave away his solar glasses & I got as many people as I could, to look through mine. Unfortunately, Farmington wasn't too well prepared & the town had sold out a week prior! Anyway, the eclipse was really cool, and the complete ring lasted about 4 minutes, before it started to move off again. Monday. We had the most amazing day on the narrow gauge steam train from Durango to Silverton & return. Spectacular scenery by the ...
... Then there was a long walk to another terminal and a painfully slow security line before we were ready for our connecting flight. My Dad met us in Denver and Mom had stocked the fridge and had our mail waiting at home. Thanks Mom and Dad.
The air quality difference was really noticeable the second we walked outside in LA and even more so in Denver. After a month of breathing the Beijing ...
... St. Albans yesterday. Well, that is what I thought was going to happen. There is WiFi at Heathrow, but you have to pay for it, which means dragging out your credit card in front of everybody and their dog, which was not going to happen. So I am back at home in my comfy chair to finish out the trip blog.
And now for one last cathedral. I was able to get on a bus from right in front of the house where I am staying that took me straight into ...
... the route through this wonderful canyon are beyond compare.
Estes Park is a popular summer destination because of its surrounding mountainous beauty and because it's the headquarters for the Rocky Mountain National Park. Estes Park had a population of 5,413 which gives it a small town feel. The town is named after Missouri native Joel Estes who founded the community in 1859. There are over 200 shops ...
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