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... snow in the area really inhibited me with the attire and shoes I was wearing. I spent a little time there. As much as I could handle, then I walked back to the car. A small drive down the mountain and it was sunny and warm again. Looking back at the mountain, you could see the clouds just sitting at it's peak. They never seemed to move. I intended to drive the whole way around the park, and knew I'd need some time to do it. So I start out. I get back on the main road from ...
... 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 ...
Yesterday we drove out of the Tetons, saw 2 grizzly bear cubs in a meadow exactly at the Continental Divide of 9,600 odd feet, drove many hours in the wrong direction trying to get to the wind river--a park ranger at the Tetons gave us bad directions-but found the Trial Lawyers College completely by accident as a result (the college us on the ranch of Jonathan Spence, who provided legal commentary during the OJ Simpson trial and beyond). We found the ...
... 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 ...
... pelting rain. And just as we got to the bottom of the hill and saw the shuttle at the top of the hill, it drove away. I started to get a complex about shuttle buses. What else could we do but have a roaring laughing fit? The lady at the campground that morning had even complimented me on my hair. That added more laughter. I guess I needed a lesson about vanity. That “blessed are the meek” thing from the Grand Canyon shuttle experience was coming back ...