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... The mountains were blanketed in haze but we could still see them looming grey and blue. They are always so much bigger than I expect! Gentle giants. We also saw about twenty prairie dogs poking out of their burrows. Got to Dilliz's, said hi to the birds, went to the grocery store, and settled in for dinner and The West ...
We are now in Boulder city which is north of Denver. This morning we did a train ride up Pikes Peak this morning as the snow came down. It is called a "cog" train and is diesel powered through the middle rail which drives and brakes the train. Some very steep parts of the track. It is a 9 mile track up to 14000 feet but as the weather was bad we went 7 miles to 12000 feet. ...
... on this trip, one of them being how to have fun alone. It's been different, let me tell you, but it's been a blast getting to know myself in these new ways.
I didn't tell anyone in my friend group that I was coming home particularly because I just wanted to dwell in my family and take time to be fully in all those moments and events with them. I wanted to go check out the Origins church but I knew I would "blow my cover" and feel overwhelmed with people wanting to hang ...
... in the store. Riche took the boys to the Lego store while Morgan and I had some girl time.
We ate lunch and then headed out for Boulder. All was going well until we missed the all important road to Boulder. We drove roughly 12 miles in the wrong direction before we realized our mistake. Well, normally this would be a really bad thing, but it just so happened we were seeing about the ...
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7,000 20.3 MP/2400 RPM @ 14 GPH
My climb to 7,000 feet was not very long or difficult because I was already starting off at an altitude of 5,200 (field elevation of Boulder.) The beginning of my flight was very bumpy and a little uncomfortable. I was monitoring the weather in St. Louis and it looked like I was going to get a little bit of rain and there was really no way to avoid ...