Arapahoe Ski Lodge
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... Lake, a beautiful and very old town on the banks of a large lake. Grand Lake is situated at 2551 metres above seal level and is close to the western entrance to the Rocky Mountain National Park. The town was set up as an outfitting and supply point for the mining settlements in the area, but is now a lake-side resort town. We returned to Granby, where we are staying for the next few days. Tomorrow, we are off to another adventure ...
... we met up with Harold and his friend George, fresh from a bachelor party up in Rocky Mountain National Park, and grabbed a coffee at Boxcar Coffee Roasters and then drinks at one of those kitschy Mexican restaurants. Headed to Chataqua after that, a nice park on the edge of town that extends up into the Flatirons. We took a nice hike up to the base of the mountains, with some amazing views of Boulder ...
... a hot shovel, steps out to go buy more smokes while his friend cranks up the gangster rap to 11 so I can enjoy it. I promptly left.
That was, for the most part, the most interesting thing that happened to me that day. I spent the night at a rest stop on I-80 just outside of Grand Island, Nebraska. It was surprisingly comfortable, sleeping in the back of my Subaru Outback. But only really as a last resort.
There was no real rush on me. I had organised to meet Dexter at his place of work in the afternoon at a restaurant bar in downtown Boulder. With a around 5 hrs of driving left, I slept in. That's was mainly cause of finishing up fairly late from skype. I got organised and was out of the room at 1100. I head out of town and back onto the highway. The mountains around offer some interesting rock patterns as I drive east. The freeway appeared to be following a ...
... gave my pup a big hug and a few kisses and hopped in the drivers seat-ready to go.
"We're not going without coffee!" I turned on the ignition, pulled up to the front of the driveway, glanced in the rear view mirror and said goodbye to my parent's oasis of a house. Off to Ozo and then on the road.
Seeing all of my previous co-workers and hugging all of them goodbye with well wishes, I downed a demitasse of the 8Th Wonder and I grabbed our tray ...