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... I called it Wisconsin Dells on steroids. It is crowded and sprawling with tourist hotels, condos, restaurants, and shops. And on Saturday it was packed. We entered the park and headed over the top on Trail Ridge Drive which takes you above the treeline and has spectacular views. Driving down the west side of the Frontal Ridge we recrossed the Continental Divide through Berthoud Pass and then stopped ...
TOPS OF MY STUDY ABROAD
1. Mai Dult
3. Mai Bock Celebration
2. Regensburg Dom
3. Regensburg's Old Stone Bridge
FAVORITE GERMAN MEALS
1. Nürnberg/Regensburg sausages
3. Beer (that's a meal, right?)
1. Standing on ...
... them around again too.
It’s very quiet here, with folks in only about half of the sites. Some are reserved and empty and some are occupied with no one around. A mystery, for sure.
Tomorrow I plan to unhang Dolores and take a ride around the area. I see no roads or trails, but will at least get a few miles in.
Oh, I got a couple of acceptable sunset pics while at Longmont last eve. I’ll include them with ...
... before. Then I will be scrambling around the house looking around, paranoid that I am forgetting something (even though I won't forget anything). Even when I get to the airport, I will have to double and triple check that I have my passport or something else important, haha. Oh, packing...
Just the thought of packing is getting me excited!
... of China by Jung Chang is the true story of three generations of women. It begins with the grandmother’s life as a concubine with bound feet and finishes, as the author is one of the first to leave China to study abroad in the late 1970s. Although the book is one heart-breaking story after another, it is powerful and captivating.
River Town by Peter Hessler is a memoir covering two years where the author taught English on the ...