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Travel Blogs from Winter Park
The leader in Karyn's area was gracious enough to gift us an evening at Devil's Thumb Ranch in Winter Park. After a traffic fiasco getting out of downtown on Friday, we were excited to stop in Idaho Springs at the infamous Beau Jos pizza...where they feature "mountain pies" with braided crusts that you can dip in honey to double as a dessert.
After arriving at the ranch, we were excited to spend some time ...
... is certainly an area that will lure us back to the Front Range in the future!
Sambataro Home Cooking...And Climbing Off the Calories.
One of the many perks of staying with the Sambataros was Arun's home cooking. Her family moved from India to Kansas City when Arun was only 7, but she hadn't forgotten the Bengali flavors!
... were some Krishnas playing these drum things and chanting or singing ... something. I wanted to take a picture but it felt awkward.
I'm still having a blast but my brain feels like it's about to drop a big tray of dishes from so much information being crammed in. I'm keeping a journal at work and a notebook so maybe I won't forget everything. Rodney comes on Saturday. I can't wait. Life is good!!!
I arrived in Denver last night. My dear friend so kindly offered to pick me up at the airport, despite the late hour. We drove almost an hour to get to his place in Broomfield.
This morning, after a well deserved rest we had breakfast and hit the road. First stop: Bike store. He had to pick up his new bike. I needed some basic bike gears.
The bike was ready but there were not so many options of gears for ...
... hiking and canyoneering, but I think the lure of a girlfriend 5000 miles away was too strong most of the time. He is now totally aware of free WiFi access everywhere he goes!He seemed to spend most of the holiday plugged into his Ipod or sleeping, or both at the same time! I’m sure he’ll appreciate us when it’s time for him to pay for his own holidays!
As is traditional, I asked each of us what was their absolute favourite part of the holiday ...