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... Mountain National Park, the jewel in the crown of our (Kathy and Larry’s) entire road trip.
The compression brake on our diesel truck pulling the trailer, brand name PacBrake, worked beautifully on our descent from the passes and I seldom needed to use the brakes for turns. We found the World Mark timeshare where Larry and Kathy were staying and discussed our plans for our stay in Granby. The four of us had ...
... campsite up to find it as a souvenir. We got back to the stables and were all a little sore from our 2 hour ride, but really enjoyed it. Maddie said that she knows what she is saving up for now. She really would like a horse. Jared thinks that he wants to be a trail guide for a summer job when he gets older. (He will need to practice riding some before that—maybe on Maddie’s horse?) Dawson ended up loving it, and said it was probably his ...
... the story, he was so excited that he promptly ordered 50 for the park. Now they are in every patrol car, every visitor's center, and every formal stop.
We had an enjoyable lunch looking out over the glacial cirque in back of the visitor's center, and then went to ask some questions about butterflies I had seen. We happened to draw the same ranger who had given the nature walk (TOTALLY unrecognizable without his hat, but he recognized ...
... our afternoon rambles we passed the University of Colorado and later in the day, The School of Mines, institutions that Jess's dad had attended and where he trained as a geologist. Then it was back into the car and off to Idaho Springs to meet up with Tim's cousin Stefanie whom he had last seen in 1997 as a young teenager. We had a lovely pizza dinner at a trendy pizza place called Beau Jo's and due to the slow delivery of our order, had plenty of time to catch up ...
... BLT. The food is good. Our server hands us the check. It says his name is Boone. Another strange coincidence! I remember that one of the characters in Lost! was named Boone and I hope there isn’t any mystical meaning behind this particular coincidence, especially because he dies early in the show.
While in the restaurant, we pull out our new map and decide to hike up Green Mountain Trail to the Big Meadow because (according to my iPhone app, National Parks Explorer) you ...