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No class today so took full advantage of the beautiful sunshiny day to be outside. Had set up a massage and took the bus to the stop closest to shere we were going and then walked the rest of the way enjoying the beautiful weather.
After the massage decided to head downtown to get something to eat. Walked another direction and caught the bus and ...
... Nagasaki in Japan were created and developed here. It was code named the Manhattan Project and the brightest minds from all over the world went to Los Alamos to help out with the research. It was very interesting to go this place, as a major world changing device was created here. We also had a look at the museum there where we watched a film all about the Manhattan Project and it explained how everyone in Los Alamos during the Second World War had something ...
... us 85 miles out of our way! As we ride out of Ouray, it's about 35 degrees, and by the time we reach Red Mountain Pass (11,018 feet), the temperature has dropped to about 20 degrees. We are freezing our butts off. It wasn't nearly this cold when we summited Mount Evans (14,000 feet+) a few days ago. With frozen hands and teary eyes, we stop in Silverton, about 22 miles from Ouray, for a warm-up at the Brown Bear Cafe. There are quite a few ...
Woke up at least twice last night worried the hotel room door was open and wondering how they had a bed just like mine in south america. Guess it will take me a bit to get used to being home!
On the road, serendipity is given space to ...
... outside of the main
downtown area stood the state capitol building which was impressive. We called into the local visitor centre to
browse the leaflets and see what local attractions there were. Found a nice Mexican restaurant which served
traditional Mexican burritos, but I played it safe and ordered a nice Mexican burger
which was pretty hot with a ...