Boulder Twin Lakes Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... but I'm just being honest). One of my many stops along the way found me standing in the middle of the highway for minutes on end, looking off in both directions, unable to see another car for whatever distance my eyes could cover. It was such a rush of freedom being out there on my own. I had the world laid out before me, and the power to choose any direction I wanted to go in. I liked the contrast that it posed - having me be in control of ...
... we had three ropes at our disposal which worked out great so we did not have to leave any gear behind on the route and we could rappel for longer distances. We rappelled from tree to tree, sometimes having to make some sketchy and slippery traverses in order to get to the next rappel point. There were 3 rappels down to the bottom and it took awhile to get all 5 people down to the bottom. (We got back to the car around 7:20 p.m.!) During this entire time of Mission: Get Off ...
... the sitcom Mork and Mindy was set. For those too young to remember, the late Robin Williams was Mork. Not one of his best performances.
Chautauqua historical district is located in Boulder. It was established in 1898 to conduct a summer school and lecture series for school teachers. The Auditorium and the Dining Hall were built in 1898 and about 50 cottages were built in the following years. The Auditorium ...
... gets its bad reputation. Nebraska was where I spotted my first and second "Jesus died for your sins" signs. The first time I gassed up in the state, I had the honor of two hicks puling up to me.
I'd like to take a moment to apologize to anyone who proudly takes on the name "hick", as I have no problem with how you choose to represent yourself. In fact, I enjoy knowing that people can recognize their ...
... There were signs everywhere saying no smoking, no drugs, no camping, no sleeping and all the other rules. Inside each park were men that were shirtless, had their bags with belongings inside with tents next to them and were smoking marijuana quite openly. It could have been just because of this weekend, but was probably just the way Colorado is with it being one of the two states that legalized marijuana. The other being my state in Washington. ...