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Today we met Chayce, Max and his parents at a big shopping mall....we didn't really buy anything but just wanted to hang out with them as we didn't have too many days with them. We are getting pretty good at realising that most things we don't NEED, we just WANT as we have always saved and had money for the odd nice thing we want....feels kind of nice not having lots of extra possessions!
We managed to ...
... Wednesday went out the window...I didn't feel better till the afternoon so Darren was left to do the laundry, shopping, packing etc... I couldn't stand up without feeling sick.
Anyway, after being looked after by Darren we had an early night ready to head off.
And before anyone thinks that maybe my sickness was caused by something else....I can assure you it was in the evening and is normal for when I used to get migraines! ...
... for a beer with Pat and Kathy at the J Bar at the Jerome Hotel. Meeting up with the girls was great as it would be the last time I would see them before departing very early in the morning. I was leaving before the Goodbye Again ceremony at the sanctuary. We enjoyed a beer in the bar, had a few laughs. It is such fun to catch up with these ladies that I have known for about fifteen years, and an hour chatting over a beer was fun, and hopefully the first of many more to come. ...
... warm enough to wear a T-shirt. We left Aspen and headed out to the Maroon Bells. The aspens along the mountain with the sun shining on the tops of the trees have bathed the whole mountain in gold. We arrived in the state park, parked the car and walked toward the lake, taking many photos. We went around to see the beaver lodge and wandered up along the trail, following the tracks and the streams, which were flowing into the lake. Our next stop was the iconic ...
... then continued to walk around and find where lots of paths lead to. Eventually we had to walk on the highway hard shoulder again until we got to our place....at least now we know for sure that both directions have no footpath for us to access the town...we really wanted to avoid having to drive but not sure walking on the hard shoulder when its snowy and dark is going to be the best idea either!
The trail we walked on can get you all the way from Vail to Gypsum so it goes a ...