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... series. His accent was not Coloradan so I asked. He was German. Another travel mate joined him in complimenting the bike. They asked if I was headed for Denver. I said I was and they told me it was snowing! I asked if I could make it and the tall one said for sure on that bike.
I asked where they were going and it was Moab!
So I saddled up and headed toward Vail. There was slight rain before Vail ...
... year from my birthday in 2012 to get off the dole...meaning they all pay for their own insurance, cell phones, gas etc. While they would always have food and shelter from us as long as they needed. They had to pay for their own stuff. So that's my plan. I have decide today to start this blog for myself to keep track of progress and a journal for my travels, for use by others to take any information they deem useful and for my loved ones so that they can be a part of the journey. ...
... Denny attended CSU in the 60’s
and could never leave this beautiful state. After asking him his program of
study, he replied, “well, I was in college in 1969, so I majored in sex, drugs
and rock and roll.” They were a very down to earth couple we both enjoyed.
Early afternoon was filled with Frisbee in the CSU Quad. No
not streaking in the quad, but tossing the ...
... head back to Denver. We fly home on Saturday.
I've uploaded a good many pictures, and I put most of the field notes in the captions. Some of the animal pictures need enlarging, and I don't seem to have software that will do that effectively; may have to post them in my returned home entry in a few days.
Addendum: The restaurant where we ate is called Sweet Basilico, and I can recommend it highly. I had a chicken, artichoke, ...
So of course right before I am set to depart a massive snow storm centers itself all around me. A going away present if you will. The snow gods giving me a fitting send off. Just a few feet, but none in the mountains of course. The snow showed me who my true friends are. It showed me that I can find a closer friend in someone I haven't seen in years and barely know, than in someone who I have know for years. So I will cast ...