Iron Horse Resort
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... right in front of the car.
We also saw marmots at Forest Canon Overlook and walked part of the Ute Trail to try to see pikas. We were successful in that but they are very hard to spot unless they move! The are related to the rabbit, but have no tail.
The scenery on the west side of the Continental Divide was very different to the East side. It's beautiful and winds along ...
We are now in Boulder city which is north of Denver. This morning we did a train ride up Pikes Peak this morning as the snow came down. It is called a "cog" train and is diesel powered through the middle rail which drives and brakes the train. Some very steep parts of the track. It is a 9 mile track up to 14000 feet but as the weather was bad we went 7 miles to 12000 feet. ...
... on this trip, one of them being how to have fun alone. It's been different, let me tell you, but it's been a blast getting to know myself in these new ways.
I didn't tell anyone in my friend group that I was coming home particularly because I just wanted to dwell in my family and take time to be fully in all those moments and events with them. I wanted to go check out the Origins church but I knew I would "blow my cover" and feel overwhelmed with people wanting to hang ...
... we passed" and so we did. After eating our gourmet meal we headed back to Boulder where our friend Mary was providing refuge for these two homeless cyclists. Thanks Mary.
Ok, so after reading this you are probably thinking that this ride was a little depressing and why the hell would anyone want to do it. In retrospect it was very challenging and to some extent I think we underestimated the effects of altitude and ...
... their smartphone to scan your credit card. Thanks VISA!
I sat at a covered table area near live music to eat brunch. Next to me was a shirtless kid from West Virginia who is in Boulder to study art and across from me was an older Boulder couple. We discussed pesticides, sustainability, climate change, community gardens... :) A guy across from me (about my age) and his teenage daughter joined in the conversation and I ended up talking ...