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... after breakfast. I
wish them safe travels and tell Clyde I may be taking him up on his offer
sooner than later. It's cold this morning but the forecast shows a nice
afternoon with plenty sunshine. It’s a chaps and layers morning, the skeleton
face mask Craig Mcgarvey lent me has become my best friend on cold days. Don
makes his way over as I pack my motorcycle, bicycle in hand he is anxious to
get on the road this morning. He warns me of ...
... br> rental had an additional $13.99 fuel charge, bringing the rental to
$29.00. I was annoyed as the drop off took about 20 minutes, it was 92 degrees and I was not in the mood to take care of the error right then. We were on the
shuttle to DIA East Terminal, that mattered and was much more exciting at the
The shuttle dropped us at Southwest Airlines check in. The line was long, seems ...
... border was a very welcome site, although the eastern Colorado plains weren't very different from Kansas. It wasn't until about 20 miles from Denver that we saw the Rockies. We drove without stopping and were so happy to get to our downtown Denver hotel. Bennett and I walked to SmashBurger for a late lunch and then we settled in for a swim and the Home Run Derby. We'll explore ...
... to the gate as the next sector to Sacremento was boarding.
Photos show how they have to defrost the planes so that all the flaps etc dont freeze over and can be used for take off. Was really interesting to watch. The green spray you can see is like an anti freeze spray they use on the wings.
There were planes and ...
... to keep telling myself it wasn't sand, like we'd be used to, but was snow. Was amazing driving up through the mountain passes, the trees were covered in snow and the lakes were all frozen over. With all the snow on the roads we also got to see the snowploughs in action. They're pretty cool, but also make a huge mess. The only problem with driving through mountain passes is the fact that the roads wind back and forth, which means there's a high chance of getting car sick! Yes, ...