Lost Valley Ranch
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Our time in Denver was a much needed reconnect with Aunt Lila, Chris and Athea Sargent. We shared great rememberings of when we were living in Denver area in 1976. We had NO money but we did some fun things that didn't cost anything. We spent time around the kitchen table. We did much of the same thing during our visit these last few days! We got to know Athea and Chris as grown ups and got lots of hugs from all. Honey Bear the dog and Panic the cat were ...
I really enjoyed our trip to Castle Rock today. We actually had lunch with my ex-Greeley Police Department partner and his wife. I had not seen nor heard from him for about 25 years. While I was still in Guyana, I had received a tip from a friend regarding the police department where he thought my ex-partner worked. When I called, I found out he had actually recently retired. I gave the ...
Yesterday we took Mom and Jeff up Pike's Peak. We tried to go 3 days ago, but the summit was closed due to 65 mph winds! Today the winds were only 35 mph at the summit. Jeff was so anxious to go. He is having a great time in CO and we are enjoying showing him the sights, We had a wonderful day. We explored the summit and several points of interest along the road. ...
... drove past the Waldo Canyon burn area on our way home. There were several places along Hwy 24 between Manitou Springs and Cascade where the fire had burned to the highway.
We’ve driven 8,346 miles, and that does not include roughly a thousand nautical miles we "floated" going through the inside passage. Dana drove the entire way, and he got us there and back safe and sound. He is my ...
... we went to a picnic table to have some lunch. After that we went in the visitor’s center to get our JR badge and patch, and finally we drove to Adeline house. Adeline was a homesteader here, and she had over 160 acers! There I saw a bat that flew out of her pantry! Then we drove to town, and on the way we stopped at Wal-Mart to get some fruit. When ...