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Today was YATD (Yet Another Travel Day). We left the Black Hills and headed to Colorado. Initially, we were going to stop north of Denver and explore some parks near the Rockies. Unfortunately, we could not find any available hotel rooms anywhere close to the area. We decided to go ahead and drive through to Colorado Springs. It was worth it to get close enough to have another two-night stay at the hotel. ...
Pretty quiet day today. Roger broke both his rules and went thru the mountains to get our of the Taos area, then on the interstate. Both were good though. Actually, going thru the mountains outside Taos was more than good. There is an 84-mile loop called the Enchanted Circle that goes thru the mountains, ski resorts, etc, and we did about 25 miles of that loop leaving Taos. ...
... through my eyes. So off we went. As a blogger, what Steve didn't realize was that visiting a town through my eyes often meant paying heed to the characters of the town as much as the sights. Walking the streets of town, how could we not stop and explore Rocky and WD, two old school merchants that had lived through the evolution of Manitou Springs over the decades. At first glance, one might ...
... boy named Benny Benson. He got a $1000 scholarship. I was worried about the Formal nights on the cruise. I turned out to be not that big a deal. If I knew then what I know now, I would have spent the big bucks for a flightseeing trip. I wish we had had the opportunity to see Alaska by air and been able to get closer to a glacier. After all, they may all be melted before too long. If I knew then what I know now I would have reversed the trip. Flown to Anchorage, ...
Today was exploring downtown Denver, otherwise known as the Mile High City. I think it's got something to do with the elevation above sea level. Denver is at an elevation of 5250f above sea level. We're staying just of the main east-west road, the i70,to the South of downtown. The hostel we're staying in is described in the USA hostels book as being in a 'shady area' and they're not wrong. It's not too bad an area but I did go to get something out the car only to find some ...
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