Americas Best Value Sundowner Motel
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... No, I just needed to walk here, to this place, so close to my home. Not a cloud anywhere. The sun keeps me from freezing. The wind must be blowing at 30 mph or more on the west side of the divide. I've strapped my hat to my head so tight that I look like some little toddler.
Oh, I'm not alone. That was my original plan. At the last minute Brett was able to come along. Now I have a photographer to take a photo of me now and then. He does a ...
... climbing. Climbing sport is easier in that when you get to a good spot to attach your quick draw, you just attach the draw to the bolt that has already been positioned into place by the person who set the route.
I have such a hard time trusting the rock, the shoes, the gear...myself, so imagine now that I am challenging myself to climb a rock and trusting in my ability to get to a place that I can hold ...
... barn at Jacob Springs Farm
-The Reverence movement, a ministry solely dependent on Christ and focused on the mission of advocating for homeless women in Boulder, CO.
-Being a simple part of people's lives. Watching young ones play and grow and those that look after them grow along into more mature versions of themselves. You know what I mean.
Life is good. I'm ready for phase two. bring it on.
... br> We reached Loveland Basin and stopped at the aid station to again refuel. The location of this particular aid station was a little cruel because nearby there was a sign that said there were 4 more miles to climb before reaching Loveland Pass. So you basically stopped to refuel, got back on your bike and immediately began a very steep climb for 4 miles up to the 12,000 ft. summit. Now the really cruel part is that once you reached the top you were ...
Mom & Joe had given us a hot air balloon ride as a gift for our engagement, and we were excited to see the mountains from a different vantage point. After several run ins and cancellations due to bad weather, we were starting to get worried that it might not happen and the 6/2 date was our last shot. We were in luck, as it was a go!
We left for Winter Park bright and early to be sure to make our 6AM flight time. Brendan's ...