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Travel Blogs from Estes Park
Up at 5 A.M. and it is time to prepare for the Marathon. Half a banana, half a bagel some Gatorade, body-glide (chaffing after several hours of running is very painful) and we're out the door.A 6 A.M. start will definitely help us to avoid the heat but I am getting a little tired of all these early mornings on this 'vacation'.I feel pretty good considering all things and Les seems ready as well. As for Linda with her big 5K ...
... Estes Park Area Historical Museum, 1976, 1979, 1990, p. 5).
This morning I went downtown, had a mocha, an orange juice, and a bagel with bacon, egg, and cheese. I then went across Big Thomson Road to the Visitor Center and picked up some information material. The town offers a number of FREE shuttle rides, and I went on two of them to get a better fell for the place. Tonight there's a 'cowboy sing-along' in the town with a ...
... off when he could to let people pass but come on…enjoy the drive!! I also think it is hysterical that people are here for the supposed leaf peeping. There is this one area of the park where we always see like 30 cars pulled over and people taking mad photos like there’s a bear. We would stop but never see anything at all but then realized they were taking pictures of the aspens…this small grove of aspens which appear to have lost most ...
... lunch snack (it was noon when we arrived) while sitting on a rock by the lake, we headed back. Seth knew of a short cut back through the woods, so we took that, and then when we neared the bottom, decided to take a little .5 mile hike up to Bear Lake. Seth didn't tell us until we set out on our way, that this .5 mile was mostly uphill! But it was still a nice way to end ...
... outdoors. We learned that many Chinese think they will all get cancer or illness one way or another, so what difference does it make if they smoke. With the pollution they have in Beijing, this point almost seems valid. Sadly, American big tobacco still does a great business because they can sell so many cigarettes to parts of the world like China. An average pack costs between $.50 and $1.
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