Residence Inn Boulder Louisville
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... It was a crazy weekend for them: family in from Virginia to celebrate, belatedly, Janine’s Mom’s birthday (her actual birthday was in the midst of the flooding out here last month, so they put things off until they were able to actually able to drive up to see her). I was thankful they were able to make time for me. Another friendship that goes all the way back to JMU! Greg and Janine are great ...
Our Saturday through Colorado was off the beaten path. We enjoyed going to Dinosaur Ridge. Here we got to see dinosaur fossils from the late-Jurrasic and Cretaceous periods on the actual mountain. We got to walk up and read the signs along our hike up.
We felt very out of shape during our walk and were grateful to be reminded that we were in the mile high city (one mile above sea level). The beautiful views of ...
... country has changed a great deal since then.
I also met an older Japanese man on his way to Dusseldorf where he owned a computer company. He was also a pilot and had another company that had something to do with aviation. He was obviously a very successful businessman and was very interesting to talk to. He said that competition in the tech business in Japan was very fierce 30 - 40 years ago, so he found his niche by starting a business ...
After living with the Williamson's for a few months of summer, (thanks guys). I drove from Oregon to Colorado with my sister's boyfriend (Brennan Romo). We drove straight through Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, and Colorado with few stops and it only took us about 19 hours. After arriving I spent some time relaxing and getting acclimated to the altitude and recovering ...
... and mineral deposits. We could see whole hill sides of orange, rust and bronze colours - the rubble left from extensive mining. We were then going down in to Ouray, a reasonably cute one street old town with wall-to-wall shopping and eating places in the restored and brightly coloured old buildings. Then came a long 37 mile down hill ride to Montrose which thankfully both Bambi and us survived: Us because the road had some tight curves on it and some of the traffic coming the other ...