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After a rousing evening with Pete and friends, I realized I needed to leave Moab early. It wasn't due to the carousing; rather there is a huge storm heading east. If I stayed another day I would get stuck in Colorado until Monday.
So I met the boys at Moab Grill for breakfast - #2 - two eggs, hash browns, ham and toast for $6.95. The price was right, but the place was dirty, the staff inattentive and food average. ...
... of adventure and a free spirit, I have a gypsy soul and that soul needs to spread her wings. My husband on the other hand, enjoys traveling but not in a free spirited backpack style kind of way. He likes his routines, comforts etc. Couchsurfing, hostels and buses would probably send him over the edge. We shall see what they do to me:) I'm leaving for a year because I want to truly travel the world. The more I investigate, the more I realize a year will not be enough, and ...
... listen to. We are now the proud owners of one of his CD. Thanks Wendy H.
No TV man this morning, so we are outta here!
Ed rode Suzi, while Wendy drove the Motorhome a few miles to the tyre shop. About time we got the spare fixed. Left Fort Collins, Colorado at 11.00 am and crossed into Wyoming at 11.45am.
Drove until late in the evening. Decided to stay at Shosoni for the night. Sorry, no RV Parks.
Pointed us in the right direction. 6 miles or so ...
... downtown and have a picnic lunch. It was perfect, we found a table in the shade and fixed up turkey sandwiches, apple, chips, and tart for desert. We drove around for a little bit taking in the cute city of Boulder, and then headed north to Rocky Mountain National Park.
It was about a thirty five minute drive to Estes Park from Boulder, which is next to one of the entrances into Rock Mt. park. We decided to pull into the Estes Park visitors center and ...
... a little bit of language lessons.
The boys enjoyed listening to a video or Irish music as they worked on their art projects from their Irish studies. A particular favorite was Johnny BagPipes, they ask for his videos often.
We have a few more studies to get to so that we will know some history of statues and architecture.
Personally I'm excited ...
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