Ramada Limited Colorado Springs
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... to the train station and said our goodbyes. Two days later, I had to do the same, except I was alone and had the anxiousness of seeing Ken once again! Hyunjin and I started walking towards the train station together but my train left an hour before hers and the 20 minute walk to the train station turned into 40 minutes as we both struggled to carry all our luggage through the narrow streets of Nancy.
I didn't feel the nostalgia of leaving Nancy ...
... lunch on the patio. Keith, of course, took great care of us.
We drove another hour to Fort Collins and decided we wanted crab legs for dinner. We stopped at the store and stocked up and made it home around 5pm. It was a beautiful night so we sat on the deck and pigged out and regaled our roomie Rebecca with tails from the road.
It was an awesome trip. We are happy to be home.
... ready for a new milestone in my life. In my second week at work the Belgian boss was passing by for a short visit. So on Tuesday just before lunchtime he showed up. But then late in the afternoon another weird experience, bushfires close to the office. Just a few miles away...it was better to leave the office, but it was almost 17.00 anyway. In the evening we were supposed to go out for dinner with the Belgian boss, but while two of my american colleagues ...
... shocking of all to me…the conditions of the animals. I have a few photos I think kind of sum it all up…like a gorilla who looked like he was so sad and wanted to die and an owl where the photo was taken through a glass so dirty it looked like he was crying…because he probably is inside. Or the wallaby Ghetto if you will with the graffiti behind them. (on purpose of course but sort of sums up the state of things). So we first ...
... but we stayed comfortable in our sleeping bags, which we brought with us. In the afternoon we busied ourselves by resting some and feeding the resident chipmunks. After a little rest we took a few short hikes from the camp site for some good views. The evening was spent sitting around the cabin chatting with the owner and other hikers. There were many interesting stories that were shared by everyone before sacking out. We were up and leaving camp at 6:45 a.m. Still ...