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... drive of the day would be another 60 or so miles on two-lane road from Limon to Colorado Springs for our stay at Hampton Inn for one night. The clouds were, well, heavenly, that's all you can say, and we enjoyed passing ranches and seeing all of the cows and horses. Arriving at our Hampton in at 9:27, we tucked in for the evening. Josie won the ETA contest with 9:27 on the money.
Tomorrow: Some cool sand dunes, a quick stop in Durango and on to Mesa ...
... Two days of wedding, part 1 in Bangkok and part 2 on the beach. What a wonderful resort!!!
After the Thailand trip I celebrated New Year in Belgium at Hungaria, still one of my favorite bars. At January 6 I had to go back to reality...working in the Belgian office for 2 weeks. Having some health issues I staid 1 more week, so finally January 19 I flew back to Colorado Springs.
Since I'm back here I experienced ...
... against the weighty outrage of the older generation, so I offered, as mildly as possible, the thought that this was about sending an absolutely unmistakable message to every school in the nation that whatever other kinds of cheating you're willing to try to get away with, this does not happen. Personally, I can get behind that.
When we got to the bottom of the mountain (no blood having been shed over politics), it was ...
... and his family live.
Our last few nights we spent with my brother Mike, his wife Gina, and their three children: Kendal, Grant, and Jack. Had a relaxing time getting my ass kicked at Call Of Duty. Seems I like to stand around while they calmly walk up behind me and blow my brains out.
We did go out to the Air Force Academy airfield and see the small planes that Mike teaches in. Very cool. We ...
... in Hoi An and Saigon, then exploring the Mekong Delta before bumming on the beaches of southern Vietnam and Cambodia, eventually making it to Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and finally back to Bangkok.
We'll take planes, buses, trains, boats, taxis, bikes, motorcycles, trucks, and maybe even an elephant or two. We'll stay in beachfront bungalows, backpacker hostels, family guesthouses, and maybe even a luxury hotel. We'll eat spicy street food, insanely ...