Glen Eyrie Castle & Conference Center
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... amazing. We met a cyclists who only has one leg and competes nationally. I also was fortunate enough to meet a man named Chris whose disability came about as he was being born. Chris says this happens quite commonly and the biggest problem is parents becoming overprotective. He wojs in focus groups with parents who have "normal" kids suffer injuries during birth. His number one quote to them is that they do ...
... you have see where the highway gave out. The North lane was compleatly gone. We had looked it up online that night and couldnt believe how bad it was. It took the life of at least one and another women was still missing. What was scary, was the bride and groom got a late start the night before to their rehearsal. By being late, the rain had already closed the road and they were not able to make it.
... dynamics have not changed over the years.
After our tour, we were dropped in an area with many choices of eating establishments and were on our own for lunch. Wendy, Chief Casey, and I chose Ted’s Montana Grill, a chain that specialized in bison. The guys had the meatloaf special and I ordered the bison sliders f from the appetizer menu. Everything was good, the service was great and we were back on the bus by 1 PM to head to ...
And no, I don't mean me and Derek cuddled, I mean we went to a WOLF PRESERVE and we got to PLAY WITH THEM! Yes originally I only made us go to tease Derek with wolf jokes, but WOW! We paid for the VIP package, which was a lot, but holy **** guys DEREK AND I GOT TO HUG AND PET AND GET KISSES FROM WOLVES!
Don't even know how to explain how AWESOME that was. Seriously. Wolves. Also, man, they're big! This one dude wolf stood up and put his paws on ...
... was taken in its natural desert shape. Soon we had made it to the place where the once wide valley narrowed to a point as the Sam Juan and Sangre de Cristos merged. I hoped that Loretta's, a place I once enjoyed a satisfying bowl of chili in the same room as a real cowboy, was open. Not only was it closed, the entire town it was in was closed. The only way out was a small mountain pass into another much snaller valley. The cool 9000 foot air and the lack of traffic ...
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