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... to start off my semester.
I have been thinking about home a lot lately. It has been six months since I was here last, and it'll be almost another six before I'm, back, then it's off to Europe for three months. When does home stop being our home? When I come here it isn't like I have many friends left or that I really had that much family to begin with. I'm basically getting free ...
... the marvel of the day” was dug under the mountain to
carry part of the Gunnison River out into the Uncompahgre Valley.
From the river back up to the top the same way we got down, less the
Two more nights in the town of Gunnison
at The Tall Texan RV Park. We spent the next day walking the streets of
... Gods, and as we passed the sign the odds leaned heavier in their favor. We were happy we did, because it really was amazing! The sun came out and really lit up the red rocks, and each structure was different, awe-inspiring, and dwarfing. Plus, we also had a great view of Pike's Peak from there.
Last but not least, it was time to head to the feature of the day: The Castle Rock Outlets. After ...
... d.) Ireland, and e.) Spain (Madrid). I guess once in a while, I do know what I'm doing. But I have to wonder, have any T+L writers ever bought a cheap ticket to Madrid and managed to go to Frankfurt instead? :-)
This weekend really epitomizes our travel philosophy. We packed and plannned (well, as much as we ever really plan) to go to Madrid, and didn't make the decision to swap to ...
We made it, dropped off the trailer at the track and now its time to relax and get some of these bugs worked out of the camper (hotwater, direct tv) the important things. Pretty country out this way, but would not want to live here because of the winters. I will post some pictures later ...
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