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... her daughter were headed to Mesa Verde as well, but staying 3 days. We’ll most likely see them there since we are staying in the same hotel. Small world. And as Cheryl was walking out of the gas station, a young man noticed her travel vest and asked about it, were we from Missouri, what part, etc. He was from Kirkwood, headed to Colorado. All of these folks from St. Louis aligned in Hays, Kansas. Fun Fact: Part of “Dances With Wolves” ...
... that include innovation and creativity from proven results and activities. Creative web designs and innovative advertising approaches can perhaps work effectively with little tasks in addition to big complete rebranding campaigns when the entire works are effectively managed by authorities in these parts. There has to be an established track record around the predicted results having a building of strong brands that will transform the company opportunity. ...
... for me going up and coming back down.
But when we got to the top, it was worth it. Gem Lake is really small and has no inlet or outlet. It is in a natural depression and is filled with melt water from the winter snow and some rain water. On one side there is a high cliff that makes like a natural amphitheater. People were climbing up and down the cliff the whole time we were there. The Lake is at most 5 feet deep and some kids were wading ...
... which are colored red due to their high iron ore content. Spent a lot of time walking around the central garden getting a lot of pictures such as the Kissing Camels, 3 Graces, Cathedral Spires and others. At the end of our visit we went to the visitors center. Kathy's new phone has been working fine. The GPS has really been helpful. Had one glitch at the visitors center. Kathy called ...
... one was just slightly above my eye level.
If one stood at the end of the wall and looked toward the other end, it appeared there were small "shelves" protruding from the wall. At its widest point the "shelf" ranged from one to three inches wide. If one were to look down the plane of the wall from the ceiling, one would see that the "shelf" emerges from the wall in a very gentle arc and then disappears back ...
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