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... a child with disabilities, but instead one that will grow to be determined and creative and that the parents roll is to encourage this creativity. My closing thought was a quote about a man on my team named Brandon Ratner today someone said he is a great leader because he has happiness for others success as if it was his own. This makes Brandon a great person and is something I am gonna work on improving in ...
Sunday we woke up to another beautiful day in Colorado Springs. Today we had planned to visit Garden of the Gods and Cave of the Winds. Around 11a we headed towards Garden of the Gods. It was hard to find a parking stop since it was a beautiful Sunday. We did find one and got out a hiked and climbed a bit. It is so peaceful and relaxing out there. Even with so many people you still felt like you were the ...
... Cemetery for a dedication ceremony four crew members who lost their lives in the crash of their U-28 aircraft. Wendell stayed for the ceremony but I returned to the hotel in the shuttle.
That evening, we loaded back on the buses to attend a baseball game at Security Service Field between the Colorado Springs Sky Sox and the Tacoma Rainiers. We were taken to a Sky Box and served a buffet dinner, then sat on the deck to watch the ...
... to kiss me and he was taller than me! The woman said he's about seven feet tall like that and over one-forty so not only does he weigh the same, if not more, but he's taller than me!
Poor Derek. The wolves don't like him. He only got a couple to even eat food from him. He had to give it to me to feed to them. But it was okay. The big dude I mentioned, he let Derek pet him and gave him wolfy kisses.
Seriously guys. Wolf. Kisses!
... pass a breeze. I love the view from the top of the pass where the trees open up to the empty desert of the San Luis abd Rio Grande below. Now we were in the Arkansas River watershed, a tributary of the Mississippi. We were closer to home. Not only does the geography change, so does the culture of the locals. Over the pass we approached the town of Buena Vista, a crossroads of the Rocky Mountain region. From here you can go almost any direction. The town has a bunch ...
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