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... br> The food was delicious! Even Mac loved his pizza. And as a bonus, live music was played in the adjoining dining room. It was a nice break from the road. Conveniently, the restaurant was located across the street from a toy store, so we had to stop there, too. Very nice store. They were running a Lego contest, and all of the entries were displayed in the window and around the store.
Back in “Old Blue,” Cheryl took the wheel for ...
After leaving the Rocky Mountain National park we travelled towards Boulder, then Denver (shucks, no sighting of Peyton.... he must be at practice), to our destination for the night, Colorado Springs. We are staying at a gorgeous, grand hotel, the Antlers Hilton, on this New Year's Eve. This hotel was built more than 100 years ago, but has been meticulously ...
...on the top of Pike's Peak (14, 110 ft above sea level) and at the Air Force Academy.
Today was a long day, but an interesting one. I had left it too long to check on tickets for the cog train up to the top of Pike's Peak (one can drive, but that is much more arduous and much less interesting), so we were figuring on getting tickets to the 4:00 or 5:40 trains when I called at 7:30 a.m. The plan was to go visit the ...
... for jobs and meet people outside the farm?
What other questions should I ask myself before signing up and going on my way? I hate the fact that, despite having no obligations, I feel like I have to plan. I prefer doing things spur of the moment so that I don't waste time weighing all the pros and cons and ending up doing nothing. I feel that life should be an adventure, and that this is a great way to start living. I need help. ...
... the cacophony of car horns and scooter traffic, and our dry air with heat and humidity on a scale for which I'm not sure I'm fully prepared.
After the usual insanity of the final push of school and the last-minute complete overhaul of our itinerary, it has been a stressful few weeks. Forgoing Thailand (and consequentially, Laos) because of the political uncertainty, curfews and states of emergency was a difficult decision and tough to swallow since we had put ...