The Pinnacle Lodge
Travel Blogs from Fraser
... do whatever it takes to survive a game with no rules. We have plenty of supply on earth, but we are still on our way to becoming like a ship of cannibal rats. And we destroy the habitat of other animals, because we can't control our own population.
Keys to life.
Intelligence and education
Strength & willpower
Water is the ...
... friends. I'm not sure about the psychology behind this so we will save that topic for a later time.
Now fast forward to early this year when I was thinking about returning to Boulder at some point in the summer to renew friendships and do some more riding with the club. Think of it as making an annual pilgrimage to Mecca. As things worked out it made sense to schedule the trip in July and oh by the way why not sign-up for the Triple Bypass. I went ...
... right as I started my trip. Using my IFR training was a lot of fun, though. I picked up some ice in Kansas so I requested a lower altitude. A lower altitude should give you warmer temperatures and in turn less icing.
Doing this helped a little. I was in solid clouds and could not see a thing. Usually you hear a lot of talk on the radio but today it was dead silent so I asked the controller, "Hey Kansas City approach, Mooney 4 3 2 BG ...
... the way out to the lake.
Once back in town, we enjoyed poking around Boulder and having a very fresh and organic breakfast. Some highlights included street performers, a second hand bookstore and coffee shop, and many sidewalk sales. No energy in the hundred degree feet to explore the breweries, but can save that for next time.
... in the mornings and evenings. Mary re-connected with Kai, met some of his friends, and was very relieved to be able to hang out with some people her own age. I think that when you go through the Waldorf experience, the same classmates and teacher for so many years, it creates a very strong bond that is still there after many years. We walked along Pearl Street and ate at the Farmer's Market. ...