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It had been a long time coming i believe; the decision to leave the beautiful mountains and life as i knew for something new and riddled with adventure. In April of 2012 i took a four week vacation from work and decided to go somewhere...alone. There was no particular reason why i wanted to, not one reason that stood out other than the fact that …
... in Hays.
After the fill-up, Mark took the wheel once more. Still lots of flat land in Kansas, but not nearly as dull as Cheryl remembered or Mark envisioned. Very green, so Kansas must have gotten quite a bit of rain. We expected to see wheat, wheat and wheat. We saw soybean, corn, many cottonweed trees and scrubby pine bushes/trees, and lots of cows and baled hay. The sturdy pines were planted in rows, which lead us to believe it was ...
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... There was a sand beach on the other side of the lake where the kids were playing in the water. We climbed up on some rocks beside the lake and had our lunch. The Lake really deserves the name Gem.
After lunch we headed back down, which took a lot less time, but it was ******* my knees. I was really ready to get out of my hiking boots and sit in the car and let the wind blow in my face for a while. We decided to go back to Denver via US 34 ...
... for reservations and Bobby answered the phone in Pittsburgh. No idea what happened. Talked to him for a little while and updated him on the trip.
Last night ate at a very nice restaurant called Cliff House. Kathy had salmon and I had orange roughy. It was good and expensive. It was an exhausting day, but we have to get a good night's sleep because we are going to climb Pike's Peak ...
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