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... for me.
We pootled back to the hotel to wait for our ride to Aurora, where we are staying overnight and meeting up with the rest of Tour 6.
A right old mixed bag of people but plenty of interesting stuff to learn and one thing in common, we are crazy enough to chase storms :)
All went out for some dinner and Margaritas with the whole group and then back to the hotel for some sleep.
Im up at 4am again, but itll take a few days to settle in.
The weather models ...
... terribly difficult to follow....at all) but somehow towards the end of the day, I was nice and discombobulated.....thinking we were at one portion of the trail, and being completely somewhere else. It made me wonder if we ever really were where I thought we were! Jae glanced at the map for (oh...maybe) 20 seconds, said "I know where we are" and headed us towards the car. I won't mark "Master Map Navigator" off as accomplished quite ...
... and other friends brought a homemade meat pie (done French Canadian style I was told). The food was amazing again, I am so lucky to be a part of this great group of people.
Everyone was very worried that we were going to get rained on at Red Rocks but I wasn’t going to miss a chance to see Thievery Corporation at this iconic outdoor music venue and to let Chris experience a concert there. We said goodbye to Zach and prayed he would be well behaved for Mum ...
... that I spent 4 hours clutching a sick bag. Lucky for him I didn't use it. Finally we arrived in Denver and picked up our car after an argument with the car hire people who tried to tell us our car wasn't powerful enough to get us up a hill. They don't understand small cars in the US. We made it very successfully out to Estes Park a pretty gateway town to the Rocky Mountains. We spent 3 days there in the most amazing scenery. As ...
... friends, or the type of people I could never see myself hanging out with. There were such a variety of people that I could not keep up. I finally felt like I had stepped out of my New Trier high school bubble. I didn’t know anyone or what they were like and they all had the same notion towards me. Knowing that gave me this sense of relief. I could be whoever I wanted to be. It’s not like I was planning to pretend to be a super math nerd when ...
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