Boulder Outlook Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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Liz had to work and Howard really, really wanted to try some authentic Colorado beef jerky. So he, Dillon and I dropped Liz off at the university and went off in (vain) search for a jerky store. The first place we tried had closed down two years prior (according to the people who now occupy the retail space). We tried a second place, but Howard put the wrong zip code into his GPS and we ended up at a ...
... kinds of rock climbing (free-solo, water-solo, bouldering, alpine, aid, traditional, and sport).
Of these, Ben and I most commonly do bouldering, traditional and sport climbing.
Traditional climbing uses cams and nuts which are mechanical devices that are wedged into cracks...so if I fall, the rope would catch on these cams, which hopefully was placed in well enough to hold the fall. It takes a little ...
... swimming in Lido next door. Weather got bad soon as I applied sun cream.
Walked back to Pearl Street. Went to rooftop bar. Roof top is about 8 feet off the ground. Can see ants from above. Order 5 50 cent chicken wings. Wings amazing,sauce best I’ve ever tasted.
Rushed across town to the hill to try to get burgers from the place we got them ...
One thing we did not expect, but were excited to discover, was that the very two people whom we had ventured up to a job fair to procure our first international teaching position with, were back in Colorado at the SAME time we were! How awesome is that?
We decided to meet up in Boulder and do a hike up Mt. Sanitas. It was a lovely day and the trail up was well marked and consisted of going up ...
... a hot shovel, steps out to go buy more smokes while his friend cranks up the gangster rap to 11 so I can enjoy it. I promptly left.
That was, for the most part, the most interesting thing that happened to me that day. I spent the night at a rest stop on I-80 just outside of Grand Island, Nebraska. It was surprisingly comfortable, sleeping in the back of my Subaru Outback. But only really as a last resort.