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... the melting snow that continues to disappear. Plenty of it still lying around though, especially when we got up to 11000ft. We past an abandoned chairlift that mat have made up a ski resort, its always strange seeing that in the summer. We soon found a nice spot on a lake not far from Gunnison and a bit before Montrose. We were travelling West on Hwy 50 aiming to get to Montrose but it was too beautiful here to keep ...
... building that is the Brown Castle Hotel where presidents and the rich and famous stay. Finished with iced coffee at the Market Cafe. All organic foods. Drove back through leafy suburbs adjacent to Cherry Creek with enormous homes and detoured through the Denver University. Went for dinner at Le Central French restaurant in the city which was very good especially the Tarte ...
Here's the turtle Vivian received from Bryan (a teacher at her preschool), experiencing his last cold and snow for a long time! Final preparations before we leave our home and pets in the kind hands of Suzanne and Larry are nearly complete. We'd better hurry, as Craig (our ride to the airport) will be here soon.
Next entry will be from Costa Rica . . . .
... of Colorado and still cannot believe that it was once at sea level. We also saw the cutest mule-deer. Pat mentioned something about rattle-snakes, which made me very nervous, especially since the day was sunny, and the rattlers are likely to sun themselvves on rocks at this time of the year. We also popped into the visitor centre before setting off on our last adventure together!
Canon City is a couple of hours out of Denver and we went ...
... it has been raining and hailing steadily since 3:00. So much for seeing the sights. OH well, it is suppose to be clear tomorrow. During all the thunder, the dogs were fairly nervous and Sam eventually ended up on the bed curled up next to Warren.
The pictures today were basically from the drive. For a while US 50 followed the side of a long reservoir called Blue Mesa Lake and then went over ...
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