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... it was the highest peak in the Rockies, but it is only one of 54 mountains that rise above 14,000 feet.
We all got lightheaded and a little bit of a headache while at the summit. They said that the oxygen level up there is 50% less than at the bottom. We felt it for sure.
Not all of us enjoyed the ride up the mountain with all of the turns and twists, especially since there weren’t any guardrails. Some of us ...
... We continued south over US 287, where we
almost hit a deer that was grazing along the roadside. Turning east on state Rd. 96 we headed to
county road 54 and the “Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site”; however
turning onto the county road we discovered that the historic site was 6 miles
down a washboard dirt road, at that point we decided that it was not worth
traveling 5 miles an hour for 6 miles over a dirt road, so at the first ...
... lean brisket, half pound of moist brisket and half a pound of pork ribs. We pick the most sides we think are most authentic to the experience ---creamed corn and baked beans. We also grab some banana pudding and peach cobbler.
You are given a large plastic case lined with butchers paper as a tray and ...
... was behind me and would not stop kicking my seat the entire flight. I couldn’t help but think how nice it would have been if we had switched seats…so he could have kicked the douche bag’s seat the whole flight. But nope. I was stuck in a loser sandwich for 3 hours. But one thing I did note…As we were landing everyone…douche bags included all looked out the window. The land looks so beautiful from above …so ...
... It was immense. It looked just like a mountain range only it was a mountain of sand! These sand dunes are the tallest in North America (rising to about 750 feet). The dunes were formed from sand and soil deposits flowing through the San Luis Valley. Over time, westerly winds brought sand particles from the nearby river flood plains. When the wind loses power, the sand is deposited here in the valley. The process is still continuing to this day, and the dunes are growing taller ...