Lone Tree Golf Club & Hotel
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... in Amsterdam. Tim wants to check on the possibility of catching a second cruise from Amsterdam through the Baltics and Russia--we'll see what works out! Made our final payment today for the tour to Israel, picked up a year's worth of prescriptions, settled on new luggage (Tim's holding me to a 25 incher!), etc., etc., and so ...
... some nice spots to enjoy a picnic outside. We are all about spending as much time outdoors as we can since CO weather has been so lovely for being outside, especially in the evenings. Picnics are our first choice in dining! There are some really nice walking paths close by, even a little pond and gazebo that are on our list to ...
We woke up and went upstairs to have some really nice pancakes for breakfast. Then Dad, Chris and I went to Jax and then the lab. Jax was a outdoors store which sold fishing gear and bait which is what we needed to get. Near the car park there was a field where there were heaps of really cute prairie dogs digging holes on the ground and wagging their little tails. Then we went to the university where Chris worked at to feed some of his ...
... to Fortcollins. We were really excited when we saw some super cute squirrels in the trees when we stopped at a red light. We stopped at some outlet stores to buy some shoes then drove the rest of the way to Chris's house. We had chilli made by Chris for dinner and went to ...
... in Dayton, Ohio on October 3, 1920 with the host Triangles defeating the Columbus Panhandles 14–0. The league changed its name to the National Football League (NFL) two years later; from its inception, the NFL had been the de facto major league of football. Initially a sport of Midwestern industrial towns in the United States, professional football eventually became a national phenomenon. Football's increasing popularity is usually traced to the ...