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... heading out to see the Thornton fireworks. Thanks guys! The fireworks display was amazing, but almost equally as amazing was the people-watching. I’m not sure what you call those kind of people around Colorado, but in North Carolina we clearly call them rednecks.
All in all it was a great time to put our feet up before heading on the road to Arches. Thanks for everything Michelle and Mike! We’ll see you and Serge in a couple of ...
... NOT provide, we have to have our own supply), hand sanitizer, flip flops/Chacos (for both rafting on the Nile and taking showers), tennis shoes, a raincoat, a sweatshirt/light jacket, one piece bathing suit (a first for me-hahaha), headlamp (for when I need to find the latrine at night, or on the many occasions that electricity is out), flashlight and batteries, flash drive, laptop computer, camera with memory cards, appliance adapter (for both the ...
... midnight and sleeping till about noon each day. That, along with the overnight in LAX on the return trip really seems to minimize our jetlag -- or else I am just getting used to it. Probably the worst part of the trip was the US PHL-MAD flight, and that was just because the flight was nearly full. We had the bulkhead which probably helps little D play around a bit, but is harder for me to sleep. But then again, I don't sleep well ...
... joint down the street which was WONDERFUL! It is Rio Grande and known for its margaritas. We did not have the one that is known around the USA but we had a different one as the tequila in it was of higher quality. Three of those later, a shot for J and a friend and food and we are set. We waddle out to the the sidewalk and make our way back toward the hotel but wait..... there is Tilted Kilt. Although one of the four of us was ...
... he was.
Friday night, I had hoped to see the band of a childhood friend, Dan Menchey play, but the venue was way up in the mountains up a twisty mountain road more than an hour away, so I opted to stay at home at the Saucer, and get ready to pack up and leave – my wife is arriving tomorrow, so I cleaned up a bit and tried to rearrange the RV a bit to give us more room. Pretty tight already with one person and a ...
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