The Silk Pincushion
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Tuesday July 29, 2014
This morning was devoted to domestic activities like laundry. After lunch we headed north to Boulder CO and the Celestial Seasonings Tea Company for a tour of the factory and a taste testing of several teas. Unlike most factory tours, this one took us right down into the stock room and ...
... sunset. Nola and I climbed up a little trail from the RV park to a small hill to get a better view. They had some statues by the trail that made the little hike interesting.
Laundry done and RV clean, we are looking forward to going to Red Rock Amphitheater tomorrow.
... other half into the garbage. I bid farewell to my CO-op pals, and my homies down the street, then it was on the bike again, headed in reverse from my last trip. I was en route to the mile high city, the first stop on climb to the top of America.
For hours I mindlessly drove, singing songs to my self, killing time and cruise'n.
I set up camp behind a holiday in at a truck stop in York Nebraska. The same york Nebraska where my fortunes turned for the worst leaving me to ...
The ride to Denver was short so we added in a side trip to Breckenridge for lunch. The ride to Breckenridge required that we traverse another sweet pass. As we approached Denver we started to quickly drop in elevation and the price s picked up to the upper 90's. So we found the Gate to hell in British Columbia ...
We left Laramie Friday morning heading for Golden CO. We stopped in to visit one of Donna's good high school friends, Liz and her family. Google maps said it was 157 miles and 2 hours 35 minutes via I80 and I25. However I (Tim) decided we should take the road less traveled. We headed south out of Laramie down the west side of the Colorado Rockies. We traveled though Medicine Bow National Forest, then Routt NF, Arapaho NF to Grand Lake, CO where the Scenic Trail Ridge Road ...