Candlewood Suites Loveland
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... I misread her. I thought she wanted out of her seat and that a walk would be in order, because that's how I felt. She wanted a baba and to sleep. Jessica's patience with her is notable. We found two more moose on the trail, a baby with its mother. The baby is all moose for sure but much cuter and fluffier and 50% more clueless. Moose! I love them with their long legs and the long face and the danger. Up the road the Colorado turns into a babbling brook and we climb over ...
... of Ladore section of the Green River where we camped before the following day's put-in for the river trip.
Here is a rather poor photo of our car when fully loaded for a river trip (this photo happens to have been taken at the Grande Ronde River in northeastern Oregon a few years ago). Perhaps it gives you an idea of just how loaded we are. The inside of the car is jam-packed, with virtually no extra space, and on the roof you can see the raft frame and oars.
... a fan of John Denver before, but now I got it!
We stopped in Aspen for lunch and were bewitched. What a gorgeous town! Green tree-lined avenues, cobbled streets, cozy hotels, cafes, restaurants and shops all nestled in between the high peaks of the Rocky Mountains. Our first stop was Hotel Leornardo where my brother Toby worked for a couple of ski seasons seven years ago. We weren't sure if anyone would remember him however at mention of ...
We drove up to Colorado today. We won't be staying long, but there are a couple things we wanted to do.
Tonight we went to the Candlelight Dinner Playhouse to see their production of the musical Oklahoma! They served dinner before the show, and dessert at intermission. It was all delicious! Their menu went along with the ...
Part of the idea to spend a month in Beijing was to allow time to see things at a leisurely pace and to see lots of things. Instead of seeing 4 sites in a day, we can see one in a day and have lots of time to explore. We could spend a whole day at the Summer Palace instead of trying to fit in the best locales in 2 hours. We could see the Olympic Water Cube during the day and then go back another time to see it lit up at night. We can ...