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... Recreation Area. We went back through Gunnison and through several very small villages and then we started to climb up to Monarch Pass, another point of the Continental Divide at 11,312 feet. We stopped to take a picture and toyed with the idea of riding the Scenic Tram to the top of Monarch Mountain. Erin tried to call me when we were in the mountains but it went to voice mail. When I tried to call her back I couldn't hear her well, so I called her ...
A day to spend seeing the city of Denver. Yvonne and Des drove us into Larimer square which is only 20 mins from their home. Larimer Square is the central downtown area featuring lovely small shops, restaurants etc. A walking street goes right through the middle for about 10 blocks with a free trolley for those with tired feet. We walked and trollyed. Looked inside the beautiful ...
In my journey from home I was never really too worried about what my family or neighbors would think when I told them that I was going to college. Many people before me including my sister had graduated from high school and elected that it was the best decision to go to college. But in my person case, my decision to go to DU and leave my neighborhood was a little different. Because of whereabouts of my community and that it is in Denver, people ...
Sorry I haven't written in a couple days - busy and poor Internet connection - but now I'll play catchup.
We left Salina to drive across western Kansas and eastern Colorado, which we expected to be flat and boring. And while it isn't as hilly as eastern Kansas, we still really enjoyed the undulating fields, outcrops, and yes... the windfarms! I know people have a wide range of reactions to windfarms, but personally, we think ...
... Park - I LOVE THE MOUNTAINS! I can't say that enough. Every time I come to this national park, I say that. We drove up the Trail Ridge Road. We stopped at the many roadside stops to wander around and take lots of fun pictures. One place that I haven't stopped at before was the Continental Divide. I got to dip my toes in water that was going toward the Pacific Ocean! Also on that trail we saw a few big horned sheep on a ridge. It was so fun to ...
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