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It's real!!! "You're going to miss me when I'm gone..." Playing on the radio as we drive to the airport. Denver and friends in it, will you miss me? Will I miss you? Who will I be when I come back? The anticipation of the unknown swirls with the exhilaration of what's ...
... trail…road, river and railroad. (Smile) They often follow the same path, for obvious reasons. And just before we entered the park, we stopped in Lake Granby (a town) and Shadow Mountain Lake, which is the headwaters for the Colorado River. This is where it all begins, created by the melting of the snow from the surrounding mountains, before it weaves it’s way south through Colorado, Utah, Arizona and finally ending in ...
... there are some curtained, lounge areas back from the field. The top level has a lean against bar that overlooks the field. Both levels have multiple options for beer and food. The final, and maybe neatest, feature is the rows of purple seats about 6 rows from the top of the stadium. These two rows of seats are the Mile High seats, sitting at 5280 feet elevation. One thing I have learned on this trip is how fortunate I am to have such ...
So I made it to 6am... and Ive given up trying to sleep.
Hungry now. Hunting pancakes for breakfast is next on the list after a good shower (now that my lotions and potions have turned up) as my body seems to think that it is acceptable to be morning now.
Dad has decided that he isnt getting out of bed until 7 so Im going to capitalise on one less person clogging the bathroom.
A quick check of the weather forecasts seems ...
... gave way to huge plains. Before long we were in the Nevada desert where all we could see for miles was desert and scrub bushes and just nothing else. Occasionally we saw roads with one or two of those huge American lorries hauling 2 or 3 enormous trailers. Wouldn't want to run out of gas or break down in these desolate parts.
The landscape changed every few hours, the desert giving way to agricultural land for a while, then what seemed to be salt lakes (we stop at Salt ...