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... bed and a sleep sofa, a full kitchenette, dinette table and chairs, a fireplace and a balcony with chairs. We even had a jacuzzi tub in the bathroom but Mom was too tired to care. There was no AC but the outside air and ceiling fan were more than adequate to cool the room considering our altitude.
It was good to hit the sack in preparation for going into Rocky Mountain National Park in the morning.
Every year a large number of people from India come to the USA to pursue higher studies. Mostly for a master’s degree. Fast forward 2 years, everyone is done with their master’s and ready to graduate. Many of the students' parents visit the USA to see their child walk up to the podium and get the Master's degree certificate. Having come half way around the world it is only logical that the parents visit ...
... catch this blog up to date. Finally, Michael and Darlene trundled back to their trailer near Stillwater Marina. Tomorrow, they will leave for Leadville, CO, not having seen the main reason for coming to Colorado – Rocky Mountain National Park. Tears well up in my eyes and I’d feel badly except Kathy and I are in the same boat. We will stay on one more day in Granby and try to tweeze our way into the park tomorrow for a ...
... early afternoon. No clouds was a great sign. As it happened, we spent 12.5 hours out in the park today, and nary a drop of rain did we see, though clouds did build up throughout the day.
An aside about the weather in general: we have been extremely lucky. Though it has rained every day, the only precipitation that fell on us was the hail on the top of Pike's Peak, and we thought that was rather fun. It rained while we were inside ...
... would be a huge down hill....Oh how wrong we were it only went down for about 2 miles and we climbed for almost 11miles.....not fair at all.
The roads were really bad going down and then up again and down....we finally got to a point at almost 35 miles that we had no shoulder and the big semi-trucks, motorhomes had not room to move, we stopped a few times to wait for them to go by and then would get back on....It was so bad I said when we see Katy again we are in the ...