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... best on the jagged cliffs. On arriving in Boulder we parked and walked the Pearl St Mall looking at the shops and listening to the buskers. Lots of trees to shade the sun but still hot so we drove off to our motel for an afternoon out of the heat rest. Returned later in the evening and had a very good Italian pasta at the Trattoria Makers Mark. Then walked the mall again in the cool balmy evening with more buskers and full pubs watching the ice hockey. Staying La Quinta ...
... host this race AND 4 international cities- Dublin, Ireland; Oslo, Norway; a city in Portugal and another one in Spain- I can't remember what the cities are but I would love to go run a race there. I would pick Portugal because Gregor's best friend George is from Portugal, so I could run the race while the men waited for me at the finish line with a margarita in hand (for me).
I would so train for that. The race, not the margarita.
... but didn't find anything cute enough to take back home. It was a pleasant enough town, but we didn't need to be here for too long as we had to get to Denver for a pre-booked hotel near the airport. So we grabbed a coffee to go and drove out of town the wrong way. At the dead end, we went back down Main Street and then found Highway 550 again. It was now gone 1pm and we had another 340 miles to do!
Silverton is in a wide short valley surrounded by hills plundered for ...
... happy. It is really heart-warming.
This trip went really well with little D. As is typical on our international adventures, we took the BOB stroller, which is ideally suited for exploring cities - especially old, stone-paved cities - on foot. Despite temperatures in the 40’s, nobody was really bothered by the cold or drizzle – little D just gets bundled up, not much different than here in Colorado. The crowds at ...
... looking forward to getting up there when we go into Denver. It would not be fair to leave Ajax all day while we are here. Louisville is a town of about 20,000 people. Boulder, a short bus trip away has 100,000 and Denver (45 minutes away) has 2 million so we are slowly getting our bearings on the area. It is very pretty with a lot of trees. It is still very hot. They have a huge difference between summer and winter temperatures over here-we have a much narrower range.
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