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... Rockies on the California Zephyr line. The sun was shining and the view of the mountains was breathtaking. I did my best to take photos and videos, but these won't do the Rockies justice. Being so high up and seeing the snow was fantastic! Sunset in the mountains helped to make the long wait today not a complete waste of time. On a separate note, the funniest moment of the day was on the train just coming out ...
We high-tailed it out of Eureka around 8:30 this morning - our goal, to get the rest of the way across Nevada and Utah. In Nevada, we marveled at the wide open spaces. Bob's memory of his first road trip (at age 17) through this high desert was the awe he felt at seeing such a natural empty space where the only sign of humans is the pavement in front of you.
... from All Terrain Vehicles as they sped across the landscape. I was a little jealous that this place existed. It looked like an awesome place to bring the Nissan Patrol. Even if I wanted to, there was no way I could stay in this town, there was just no hotel I could see with vacancy. The place was brimming with jeep enthusiasts. I continued north and hit the freeway heading east towards Denver. It was beginning to get dark ...
... I say that because it seems that each thing we see is more spectacular than the last. The Colorado National Monument is so beautiful I can't conceive of anything more beautiful.
I wonder if the people of Colorado take what they have for granted. This is the most beautiful state I have ever been in. And as Lynn and I were talking about this morning, there are 3 major areas of the state we didn't get to ...
... to wish I was counting them. When I hit the 10,000 foot gap I stopped to take a few pictures and overheard bikers talking, many were training for a race, but everyone out there that day was just doing it for recreation. I wish I had the balls to bike up a mountain for fun. As I continued down the road it started to get curvier. It got to the point that traffic was moving a mere 20 mph, but it was beautiful. I rode past melting ...