Value Place Ft. Collins, Colorado (Loveland)
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... It might be the biggest lake, period. I forgot that fact exactly so just know it takes a good hour to drive by. Our camp, as I said yesterday, was in a treeless desert close to the lakeshore. Because of that the hot , southwest sun began pounding on our tent roof as soon as it could peek over the mountains. This encouraged us to wake up very early lest we get cooked. When I emerged from the tent I was greeted by a rabbit which quickly scampered off. There were already ...
... in 2011. Having wanted to spend Christmas in England ever since I moved away in 1979, I could not let the opportunity pass me by. Sadly, Glenn cannot take the time from work during this season, so I scouted around for a companion. My friend Teddy, who was born in England but moved to the States at the age of 16 (if I remember correctly), was thrilled at the chance. It was difficult for her to leave her husband, ...
... right hip in and shake it all about! Do the hokey-pokey..." (for making us laugh the hardest)
2. "And while Margy was in the bathroom......" (for best incorporation of previous blog material)
(Note: For IRS purposes, the cash value of the prize is $0.005.)
Thanks again for spending the last ten weeks with us. We will let you know what is next ...
Margy and Paul
... drive and a short hike to the peak. Supper at Boulder Beer Pub then early bed.
Today was perfect! We had brunch at Ten Ten Brasserie (sp?) which is across the street from St. Julienne Hotel (sp?). Carol saw Hallie Berry there last night with a large entourage. Not sure why she's in town. The food was great and about the same price as IHOP. We'll go back there. Next, we drove to Morrison, CO, to see the dinosaur track trail. I've never seen dinosaur tracks ...
... Denver. What an amazing entry into a city, climbing way up, then down, through a huge long tunnel, crossing the continental divide, all the while with the beautiful snow capped Rockies just off in the distance. Left the interstate and took 119 to Boulder. Another beautiful drive, with very light snow at the top near the Boulder Dam. Boulder turned out to be bit of a fizzer for us, with absolutely no camping in the vicinity at all, so we drove another 40 odd miles ...