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... served as a makeshift camp for workers during the construction of the Dillon Reservoir in the early 1960s. Silverthorne is known as the "gateway to Summit County. At 9,035 feet, it’s the highest lodging we’ll have on our trip. *** Day Ten Summary: In the land of the rich and famous, contemplating an ultramarathon, in Aspen at long last, the Ballad of the Green Beret. To view today’s route from Gunnison to Silverthorne, click here. What will tomorrow ...
... On the other hand the scenery along the way was nothing short of spectacular and left you even more breathless than you already were if that is possible. As a cyclist we like to push ourselves to the limits and this ride gave you the opportunity to do just that. I feel that it was a great accomplishment for me and I was glad to share it with a friend. Would I do it again? Get back to me some time next year and I'll give you an answer.
... top of Deer Mountain, breathing in the crisp air and admiring autumn's warning with golden aspen trees.
Beautiful Rocky Mountain National Park with fall colors
Lindsey's glorious reports excited Ben so much that they planned a return a few days later - of course, with some climbing objectives in place. A list of 50 ...
... nerves later. They want me to address how to approach controversial topics in the public school classroom. I do know a bit about that. :)
Today we walked over to the Earth Observing Laboratory and met with the people who make the measurements to use as initial conditions for the computer modeling for climate prediction software. Not only do they make the measurements, they design and build ...
... just a technical issue in
the formatting of the book.
I will say the general German travel information was very
helpful, but again mainly a collection of links. I also found the Key Dates
didn’t go into detail of why the dates were important religiously, and never
even mentioned the 23/24 of December (as in, make sure to check the times as
some markets will be closed, or close early.)
I had been ...