Hampton Inn Loveland
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4 a.m came much too early this morning, but up we were. Last minute chores: feed the cat, take out the trash, turn off the water heater, make coffee -> not necessarily in that order. The doorbell at 4:50 told us that Tom had arrived. It takes a very good friend to offer to drive you to the airport at dark:thirty in the morning. Thanks, Tom! Our flight to Phoenix left Denver International Airport on time, wonder of wonders, and was just long enough for me to start and finish Lois ...
... narrowing of the Sangre de Cristos and Collegiates. We followed the young Arkansas River as it rushed down the wedge. All along the way were outfits selling float expeditions and renting paddling gear. We passed Buena Vista where you can see some of Colorado's tallest peaks like Mt. Princeton. As the wedge narrowed the road rose quickly and the Arkansas turned into a trickle through the rocks until it was nothing but a bit of swamp. We passed over the crest at 11,000+ feet. ...
... be available for reservation, and by early morning Colorado time almost all services were completely booked! Christmas morning was still available so our tickets are reserved and printed. Part of the morning's celebration is a pealing of the bells, called which I absolutely love. I plan on having my digital recorder at the ready so that I can enjoy the experience over and over again!
I had a nightmare a couple ...
... our own into Patagonia and the Lake District of Chile, with the last three days sipping wine in Mendoza, Argentina. In all we will be gone for close to 10 weeks, returning to greet spring in Loveland. Follow along with us. Paul has a new camera, which will either enhance his pictures or frustrate him as the tries to learn all of its features (in which case you won't see any pictures). ¡Nos vamos a ver en ...
... the dark: a beautiful climb called
Handcracker (5.10a). Being focused on climbing fast, the two often linked many of Eldo's short pitches with a 70m rope, leading in blocks. Joe took the first, charging up Handcracker with confidence and speed. It was still dark by the time they arrived on the summit of
Handcracker's 5 ...