Deer Crest Resort
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Some of these mountains are so high that there is still snow on top even in August.
So after a couple of coffees in Leadville, we took a deep breath and tried to get the day back on track. Leadville, by the way, is an interesting town. It's an old mining town located at over 10,000 ft elevation and for some reason seems to attract bicyclists. It's something about stamina at high altitude but while we ...
... mania, only to watch their team go down in ignominious defeat at the end.
The crowning glory was a text message from David at 7 a.m. on Thursday morning telling us that the thunderstorm in Denver made the national news.
So let me get this straight: on a night with no rain in the forecast, we nearly drowned in the parking lot (see video if you don’t believe me!), sat through two pre-game rain delays, were ...
... itself invariably increases. They say you can expect to add about 30 seconds to your kilometer pace with this altitude so I determine my opening kilometers will be at about a 6:30 pace then move to 6 minutes once warmed up. The Star Spangled Banner completes and we are on our way. Things don't seem too bad and although I am going out a little faster than I would like I feel good. I pass a couple of guys fishing as I round the ...
... went bungee jumping. Before we left we rode the bumper cars, my mom ran into me from behind and I got jerked forward really hard!!!!! Then we headed back to our campground, we then changed and headed to the pool. It was really hot so we didn't stay long. Then we went to see if Sissy and my Mom needed help with laundry. Then after we helped we went on the play ground. Then we ...
... people's lives, careers, cities, worlds. It seemed that everyone in Austin was a musician, everyone in DC a politician, consultant or lawyer, everyone in Boulder is working in health/mental health. It's an amazingly huge and diverse country, yet it seems more cohesive to me now. To be in one state in the morning, and two states over a day or two later, they really seem small parts of a whole.
I feel such an appreciation for the vast ...