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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Winter Park
... a banana suit, a skirt and my favourite was a Johnny Cash fan - black shirt, trousers, black cowboy hat and snow boots. He looked great! People just seemed to wear whatever they normally wore with ski boots. As Rhiannon said by text 'Welcome to America!'.
On the way home, we stopped to look at the Continental Divide - where the water one side of the sign flows to the Atlantic and the other to the Pacific. Quite cool!
Great day - very proud of the kids.
... There was also a lot of hippy types on the street, some appeared to be begging, others appeared to just be hanging out. I do a complete lap and decide to go home. I was a bit tired from the trip and hanging in empty bars wasn't appealing to me. I walk the 40min back. At one stage during the walk, as I walked passed creek that was running heavily, there was movement in the bushes. A skunk. I froze. I'm not sure if he noticed me and I didn't want to be sprayed. ...
... be at least a quarter of my report. My host decided we should drive to the renewable energy labs nearby and on the journey I saw some very impressive colourful big rock. I know just how stupid 'big rocks' sounds but I can't think of a better way of describing them. Around 5pm we travelled to our restaurant for the evening which was up in the mountains in Gold Hill, a tiny town with original wooden lodges that was apparently the site of the ...
... 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, ...
We had a fun day at work. We got to see the planes that collect and hold the analysis instrumentation for atmospheric research. The Gulfstream V is absolutely beautiful. It can only hold a crew of about 5 when it is fully loaded with instruments so not very many people have actually experienced the spirals and up-and-downs that it flies to get a ...