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... and this one doesn't sing. They 'chatter or buzz' to communicate and the wing beats produce a whistle 'almost like a tiny ringing bell'. It's heart beats 1260 times per minute and it weighs 2-3 grams - I wish they would stick to imperial or metric (the other day, I was told the swimming pool was 50m long and 25 yards wide)!
Anyway, this was a good trip and for Oscar and I as nature enthusiasts, the hummingbirds made the day.
... trying to fix it. Unfortunately, they think the previous owners
just bought a really cheap set of washer and dryer and they ended up not working. So that will be one more thing they get to research and buy. They are really getting to understand why the term “money pit” goes with home ownership. That afternoon I was at the laundromat doing all our laundry!
Also while I was in Denver, we were expecting the sewing machine to ...
... Theatre and Art and the Oz Museum in Wamego, KS. Did you know that Frank Baum of Wizard of Oz fame was from Wamego? And for brother, Dave Standen, we saw signs for the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library and many other places dedicated to Eisenhower!
And, I decided we need to put money into the manufacturers of orange barrels and cones. They are EVERYWHERE!
So, luckily only one state sign to take a photo of, Colorado!
... the two towns. The town population was 1,088 at the U.S. Census 2000.
We stopped in the GeorgetownVisitors center to stretch our legs and lean a little about this area. AND of course to browse the gift shop. After about 45 minutes we were on our way again to see The Buffalo Bill Museum. The exhibits include memorabilia from Buffalo Bill's life and Wild West shows, Indian artifacts, antique firearms and other Old West ...
... parked at the gate furthest from immigration, took ramp crew over 15 minutes to bring up strollers, SAS forgot to priority tag our bags in all the confusion so we had to wait for them, IAD security from customs to domestic transfers has no premier line. (But Global Entry did get us around the long customs line.) Despite our best efforts, we ended up at the gate a few minutes after the door had closed.
Happily though, United actually ...