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... the time. After a picnic lunch in the park we took a short hike through “Coyote Valley” along a stream that was actually the head waters of the Colorado River. We learned that this valley was shaped by the river and a glacier that was over 1,500 feet thick at that point and extended from the mountain tops down into the valley many miles. When the glacier receded 14,000 years ago it left the topography that we have today. ...
... going between 40 & 45 for most of the way, but we did make it. There was a brief period where we drove through rolling hills before we started back down; the descent however was not bad as it was only 3 miles at a 6% grade but with sharp curves, a short time later we had another descent for 2 miles and after that we stayed at the higher elevation. Our stop for ...
After having 2 previous vacations cancelled because of eye problems, we finally got to go somewhere. After arriving in Denver and renting a car, we drove through Rocky Mountains National Park. Pretty spectacular scenery. Plus we got to see Mountain Sheep, Elk, a Marmot and a lone moose. A good first day. No WiFi here in Grandby so I'll send when I ...
I know the achievement of a vision can be completed only with full and focused commitment. Lose no time, always be employed in something useful. You must remove any distractions and elements from your life that will jeopardize the fulfillment of your goals. Until you are fully committed, the vision is just talk about a dream. Commit and make the vision a reality.
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On to Granby
After coffee the next day, Larry and Kathy set off for Granby, CO and we broke camp.
After nearly driving away with the awning still erected, we drove through downtown Vernal admiring the profuse display of flower pots along Main Street, which continues for a mile.
The landscape is beautiful but sometimes lonely (stark, austere). Some communities are entirely temporary, being housed in ...