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Our holidays have been good. While not exactly what we were expecting it was nice to be able to connect with family.
Sarah was in town for work and brought Lucian. I was able to have home for a full day and he wanted to go to the museum of Nature and Science. I took the light rail to Mineral, picked him up and we took the train and bus to the museum. We spent all day. Then we went back to the apartment with ...
... too hyperbolic in explaining the beauty of the isolated Lost Coast and Big Sur areas where we got off the beaten path and indulged our introspective sides.
To anyone who made it this far in our blog and has read any of our entires we want to say thank you. We have been grateful for all the people who have read and thought about us while we have been so far away, and we will be perpetually happy that we have been able to complete this amazing journey together.
After spending a near sleepless night in Woodland (crummy bed & too much caffeine too late in the eve), arose at 4am this morning. Out the motel door in 20 minutes; a 15 minute drive to the airport found us parked right next to a shuttle bus stop. A quick ride to Terminal B, a fast walk & tram ride to & through the security check point, found us sitting & sipping our Starbucks by ...
... to Fortcollins. We were really excited when we saw some super cute squirrels in the trees when we stopped at a red light. We stopped at some outlet stores to buy some shoes then drove the rest of the way to Chris's house. We had chilli made by Chris for dinner and went to ...
... of the labyrinthine building, and even recently opened a second venue down the road! I am informed by a brochure I took from a seemingly undisturbed stack that I can expect to see "the heart of the quilt maker" when exploring the designs and to "keep quilting...or get started now. Your quilt is waiting". The free tour I went on was occasionally interesting but a bit sporadic, so I decided to keep my inner quilt-maker waiting and move on.
 My next stop was the Museo ...