TimberHouse Ski Lodge
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... He told us he was hosting an open mic blues night at the local pub. Robyn & I looked at each other - we'd been up since 0600 and on east coast time it was 1230 - and took a rain check. It's one of the things Jonathan (the Australian one that is) regrets is not seeing cousin Jonathan do his thing on stage.
We agreed to meet at Jonathan's house for a hike. Now what does hike actually mean? We hit the hay, wondering what we may be letting ourselves in ...
... market" IMO), and then walked around downtown and hit a great bookstore, coincidentally named Boulder Bookstore, and found 3 great books. So, sorry, no adventures to report, but I will post one more entry after I return that HOPEFULLY will include some photos to mountains and natural lakes. I will be driving back south via a more scenic route through central CO down to Albuquerque, then south on 25 to 10. Thanks for reading... next entry will be more scenic I hope!
I awoke a little late. I knew today was going to be a slow day. I needed some time to stop and organise myself before my next leg into Texas. I make myself some breakfast and set up my laptop. I check my finances and organise a few things online. This really will be a boring post. I need to wash my clothes so I step into the hall and head to the machines. The hall just stinks of weed. That's cause today is 420. I load a machine and go back ...
... purchase any liability insurance. To cover cash expenses we got 2000 Euros from our local bank ( exchange rate was 1.4 $/Euro). When we got back we had 280 Euros left.
6) Decide what kind and how many clothes to take. Most advice indicated it would be warm so we packed mostly summer clothes, but did include a couple long sleeve shirts and a jacket. Good thing, because it turned out to be rather chilly so ...
... leave it there whilst we headed off for a cup of tea! Our main aim of heading into Boulder was to track down (unsuccessfully as it turns out) some Nespresso capsules, to fuel our coffee addiction, but a friend recommended we try out the Boulder Dushanbe tea house whilst we were there! Completely build by hand without the use of any power tools, the Teahouse was constructed in Dushanbe, ...