Hampton Inn Denver Northeast-Brighton
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... mountains east of Moab: there are several peaks above 12,000 feet here, in a range where most mountains are about 5,000 feet lower. They really loomed over their neighbors! I was able to see those peaks for nearly an hour from the interstate!
A lot of people have been to Colorado and seen the Rocky Mountains in their prime. Coming in from the west was interesting. The first ...
... up at me over her eyebrows and sighed. I sat down and started to plan my free trip. I decided on San Francisco. We would eat steaming bowls of chowder at the wharf and visit Alcatraz. Then the counter lady asked again for someone to delay their travel plans in exchange for travel vouchers. The young blonde couple had just arrived with BYU luggage tags and a bun in the oven. They jumped up to the counter. It was like watching a lottery winner. He ...
... m not, but the idea of knowing that no one knew me up until this very moment was exhilarating. I loved that I didn’t know what their personalities were like so I HAD to be myself. There’s no other option. I could pretend to be someone else and end up making friends with the wrong group, or I could be completely myself and end up making friends that could last a lifetime.
My mentality was great at this point. Because everyone I talked ...
... or I might be bitten so hard by the travel bug that I am just consumed by being there and soaking it all in. I will update whenever and wherever I can. :)
We welcome your thoughts and your prayers, and we welcome all of you to come on this crazy awesome trip with us. I hope and expect all of you to travel vicariously!! :) We will think of you often.
To give you an idea of what is coming up:
We will fly at 1:00 AM on June ...
... that the four women were all traveling with one man, and it was none too hard to surmise that it was a husband along with his four wives. On top of that, during the flight I was listening to the flight attendant's conversation with a young Mormon family in front of us, about her sons all being off on mission right now. With all this LDS activity, I half way expected to find a Mormon temple at the end of the runway in Kalispell.