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... news we have. We continue to try to stay positive, even though there are days we are exhausted and don't want to do it anymore. But for the most part, they truly are pretty fun to be around. All our family and friends that live far, far away...we miss you and thank you for all your love and support from afar.
Lots of love and hugs from all of us!
Lindsay, Chip, Reid & Bennett
... Only Jamie's version was probably better. Hop on bikes with Carlee, Lauren and Kim. Ride, ride. Pull over to pee. Pee. Pull up Chamois. I pulled up my Chamois too quickly and got grass stuck in my pants. Ride some more. Cross through a darling town, and then... come face to face with our first ascent. 13 miles long, 7% grade. It was... The climb itself was fine; I mean it was tough but certainly doable. There were parts that were scary and there were parts that were pretty. ...
... that those who wanted to could look around the museum, needless to say we didn't bother!!! Don't get me wrong, the train journeys have been great but I don't want to look around a train museum!!!
We checked in then popped to the McDonalds down the road! We were too tired to be too adventurous. Timed it perfectly as we got back in the hotel just in time to watch the brand new episode of ...
... car with just the roof over you. Have done the open car before because it is so great for pictures, but the weather looked iffy for today so I reserved seats in the closed car...good choice. The trip up to Silverton was great, but as we pulled out to return it began to rain and hail. Someone came into our car and reported that those in the open car were soaked! Back to the story, we set out at about ...
... up and down, and tunnels to crawl through to get to there. In the park there are many, many communities that can be viewed close up or far away. All are amazing.
As we entered the park, the rangers posted a sign to watch for wildlife. And we saw some in the park and out. In the park, we saw a deer laying down in a thicket of pinion pines. We also saw ...