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- Non-smoking rooms
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... trimmer as needed. I really enjoyed this process of having a to-do list and then getting things accomplished. I think Lauren and I got pretty efficient at it by the end of it all. The most inspiring part of this past 2 day stretch was meeting the Davis family, who will be the owners of the house we are currently working on. Laurie Davis spoke to us this morning and gave us her story of how her life changed ...
... another destination for the first stop.
We drove 30 miles to the old mining town of Cripple Creek, spotting two coyotes along the way. This was Todd's idea, and I thought he was a nut for wanting to go to such an obscure place. But when we drove down the mountain into the character-filled town, I changed my mind. The ...
... it was to comment that it had been rather chilly in the night, though neither of us had cared enough to investigate. Turned out that someone, presumably the made, had turned the air conditioning down to 60 degrees and left the fan on "On" rather than auto. Good grief. Not the top of Pike's Peak, but still.....
Today we're off for three days in Rocky Mountain National Park, one of my favorite places on earth.
... 10th level. We had a walk along the old tunnels and saw how mining techniques have evolved, then a short train ride took us to a huge gold seam. After collecting our own piece of ore containing gold, another short walk took us back to the cage for our ascent. There was only five us in the group, and our guide was very knowledgeable so it was an enjoyable tour.
The Molly Kathleen produced gold ...
... wonderfully relaxing driving except that all of the south bound traffic was taking the same route. I had to stop outside of Taos to get my inhaler refilled. It had emptied this morning when I took a puff when I got a whiff of the smoke from the fires. After that the air seemed to clear. It is a beautiful warm day. I only saw a few antelope and some wild horses. I am now in Corrales and enjoying some wine with Steve and Mary ...