Boulder Outlook Hotel & Suites
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... of being a part of in Boulder. We occupied a vast table in the establishment and made ourselves at home, switching places to talk with different people. It was surreal. I was the center of a celebration of a new adventure that everyone supported. Yes of course, they would miss me-we made that clear but they were excited and I was blessed. New friends, old friends, beautiful friends, blessed people. That was a good send-off.
I was prepared to leave the ...
... for Moogle (Andrew) and Kiru (Keely). Sadly this meant limited tourism but nonetheless I had a lovely time.
... with half of the 120 mile ride. I should also mention that I had been having a mild headache for a while and this was not adding to the pleasure of this high altitude lack of oxygen, why am I doing this ride.
Again we had the long descent for ten or more miles at a break neck pace. As I'm going along I hear this guy behind me say "on your right" so he comes flying by me and as he does I hear a loud bang and his rear wheel flats. He suddenly swerves ...
... you will have no choice but to force a descend.
My plane fortunately has TKS, which is a fluid that weeps out on the wing and deflects ice. I was comfortable with flying into a little ice because I knew it was not likely to exist for more then an hour (and I have anti-icing capabilities).
I said my goodbyes (again) to everyone at the airport, and then took off. For any pilots out there, my route and power settings were as ...
... his next big exploits.
The Kunz family posing with Alex Honnald at the Reel Rock 7 Tour. Lindsey may have weirded Alex out by making him sign her Italian leather boot, but he probably recovered from that trauma already.
The following day, we decided to donate our time with the Access Fund's Conservation Team ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility