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Back again with more updates to my travel. I'm at the airport in Monroe Louisiana at the moment, waiting for my plane to take me to Washington via Houston Texas. So I'll fill you in on what's been happening. Sue & Tobey drove me to the bus stop. We left home at 6am, but I had been up since 5am. Bus left at 7.30am and reached the airport around 8.40am. Lots of new building going on at Denver ...
... goodbyes, we boarded our flight for Frankfurt, Germany. A four-hour layover was a bit of a struggle (remember the early wake up call?) but we muscled through. Then, a 10+ hour flight to Denver and . . .
This trip has truly been a great ride and has provided such a unique vantage
point for MSU Denver alumni to see the Adriatic antiquities. Visiting
Italy, Croatia, ...
... told Kay we'll see how I feel about it 24 hours from now!
I spoke to Mom and Deb a few minutes ago, to inform them of the latest developments. I expected a little sympathy for our plight, and was surprised to find that Debbie seemed to be more than a little happy about this unexpected glitch in our travel plans. In fact, the lilt in her voice bordered on absolute glee. It turns out that she wants a rock from Iceland, and her thinking is that the longer we are there, ...
... 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 ...
... if you want to experience wide
spectrum of activities in Santa Fe, you head for historic Canyon Rd, we went.
What a dump!! A garbage strewn one-way
back alley where has-been artist's, writers, painters, socialites and burnt out
hippies are still trying to sell their faded, psychedelic junk that nobody
wanted 50 years ago. Paintings appear to
have been created by elephants, lawn statues are rusty, porcelain art is