Hampton Inn Loveland
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... short, Jeff and I rearranged two rows of passengers to get Miles into our row and within arms reach of his mom. So, I gave up my aisle seat on a six hour flight to voluntarily sit next to a six year old - do I get a prize? Don't let this photo fool you. Miles was WIDE awake until literally 10 minutes before we landed! We and his mom laughed and laughed that NOW he fell asleep! Seriously though, he was a good little guy. Arriving in Maui we quickly got our rental car and ...
... ski town of Frisco and got sandwiches at a Subway with five employees, and one that worked. At Silverton we turned north up the valley. We passed ranches and huge reservoirs. I looked for a picnic table but had difficulty finding one. When I don't need a wayside they're everywhere. We ended up finding it at a fly fishing spot underneath some tracks and cliffs. We wiped the tick we found off the table and finally got to eat. So did the mosquitos. Past my favorite town of ...
Up at '0-dark-thirty' to pack the cooler and the car for a four-day trip down the Gates of Ladore section of the Green River in Dinosaur National Monument, beginning in northwest Colorado and ending in northeast Utah.
We met the Fort Collins and Estes Park contingent in Estes Park, caravanned over the gorgeous Trail Ridge Road of Rocky Mountain National Park, and on, via the popular ski town of Steamboat Springs, to Craig where we met the Aurora and Castle ...
... is certainly an area that will lure us back to the Front Range in the future!
Sambataro Home Cooking...And Climbing Off the Calories.
One of the many perks of staying with the Sambataros was Arun's home cooking. Her family moved from India to Kansas City when Arun was only 7, but she hadn't forgotten the Bengali flavors!
We packed up and headed out of Jackson Wyoming for a day of driving. And driving is what we did. We saw mountains, lots of pronghorn antelope, and then we saw southern Wyoming, which is very barren and grey. After almost a whole day of driving ...