Courtyard by Marriott Boulder Longmont
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... the wrong time.. oh wait! and the wrong country!
I could be the only scottish cowboy! ... there is a movie in there somewhere! Oh Ron... Mr Howard!
Ok... sorry getting carried away... back on the road. We travel through a number of small towns, some with people and some with nothing! There is a lot of old history here that is for sure. Think about that the next time you fly to your destination over this big country and look out ...
... the money isn't staying in the USA Sad I think.
We are just going to have a nothing night in, its great listening to the sounds of the city the police, fire engines and ambulances it really is a clean nice city.
We get picked up tomorrow morning at 7.05am to head back to airport for our flight to Calgary and the start of NEW ADVENTURE IN CANADA so excited!!!!
It was very sad to leave our friends today but we were very excited to start the next leg of our trip. The Nolan's are off to England tomorrow but today we started our trek towards Canada! We left Anaheim at 8:20am to board our flight for a short stop over in Denver. It was amazing looking ...
Today we flew the New Zealand style overhead approach into the Erie airport, low flight circuit and course reversal in the Cessna 172.
We have it figured out. Next flight will be at the North Shore Aero Club , north of Auckland.
On a unrelated note the center section of the Bucker Jungmann is mounted.
... enough for a sidewalk or such. No bicycles allowed there either. I can understand why.
I was checkin’ the gas gauge and realized that I had less than a half of a tank. I started looking for an easy place to exit and re-enter I-70. I decided to pull off at Idaho Springs. That road goes right through the center of another old mining town. After at least a mile and a half, I noticed a semi-decrepit Sinclair station ...