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... and buggy's (that's a piece of equipment they use to steer blind people) and bamboo sticks and away we went.
The next week I got to help out a girl named Charliese. She was really friendly,happy and easy to work with.
Next week we start school! I'm really excited and nervous.
I hope everyone who went into new grade,started primary school or started high school is having a great time and making friends.
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Next day we drove through the town of Monticello, a couple of deer bounding across the road as we entered. This is the heart of San Juan - the area settled by the Mormons after crossing the Colorado in Glen Canyon. Headed east on H491 through rich farming/cropping land, interspersed by scrub and forest land that would be still good grazing country. This continued all the way to the Colorado state line.
Later, past ...
... with walnuts and bacon. In total we spent about 7 hours in the kitchen cooking for the day and man were we exhausted from a lack of sleep. Dinner was a success but as usual everyone ate way too much. So in true form we then served up mm and kit kat ice cream with brownies. Needless to say people said no were way too full but they all ate it anyway. After the previous night everyone crashed pretty ...
... and took off a little late due to baggage loading but we arrived more or less on time. Lots of people on the flight were supposed to be on the Friday night flight that was canceled and we all determined that there was no “weather” but the airline just felt like combining the flights and didn’t want to pick up the bill for a hotel for everyone so they gave us an excuse of “weather”. There was no weather in Denver or Montrose on Friday night according ...
Starting at Spring Creek Pass near Creede, we began hiking with our 50
& 60 pound packs. My parents, Tom & Annette, graciously dropped
us off. We immediately started gaining elevation
from 10,900 ft. We hiked up and down over Jarosa Mesa to our first stop
8.7 miles into the Rio Grande National Forest. we camped across from
the ruins and rebuilding site of the Colorado Trail Friends Yurt, which
was recently destroyed in a wind storm. Surprisingly ...