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Thursday July 31, 2014
It was raining again this morning but by the time we had to pack up it had decreased to a light drizzle. We feel lucky as this was the first morning on our trip that it was raining when we broke camp. Our destination for today was a short trip north on I-25 to the town of Loveland and the “Loveland RV Resort”. We arrived a little after 12:00 ...
After a brief stop at Georgetown, we headed west on I-70. My longing for exhilarating driving was answered by the Loveland Pass highway sign. Anything with the word “Pass” in this mountain region means driving ecstasy. Without a GPS, I took the exit ramp. I didn’t care where this US-6 West would lead me. All I knew, I was about to experience the mountain road that would wake up all ...
... t be working in the ER when I get back and I will only be prepping to go back to Afghanistan. I'm not sure that I can express how much that will mean until I go through the coming year. Bt I plan to use the time to simply enjoy life and relax and mentally prepare myself for the challenges to come. I need to pass the Army's ...
... Lake picked you up. We waited about 15 minutes for the shuttle, and then climbed on. The bus was completely full and we decided that we would stand. Then driver told us it would take about 40 minutes to go from the visitors center to the final stop at Bear Lake - wow. The bus made its way down the gravel road that had been torn up, and we finally made to the last stop. We decided to walk up to Bear Lake before we started our hike to Dream and Emerald Lakes. The wind ...
... down at an incredible rate. -(Not so much flow these days with all the damns & reservoirs,of course, but it's still a force to be reckoned with .) Drove up beside the 14 thousand foot Rockies to Leadville, (as in the metal) for stop for the night. It's the highest 'incorporated town in the US - 10,430', and it has 70 blocks of Victorian Architecture. Temperature dropped from 77 to 48 F in a matter of 30 miles. Staying in a very unprepossessing RV park, right in ...