Days Hotel Boulder
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... do, but we restricted ourselves to a hundred miles or so of the Great River Road between Dubuque, in Iowa, and La Crosse, on the Wisconsin/Minnesota border. It is a spectacular sight, and a hive of commercial and recreational activity. We felt moved by our initial crossing, feeling it was a landmark in our journey across the continent (so celebrated with coffee ...
... added in my thigh, which has a nice ring to it when the moment is right haha). I went through hundreds of miles of absolutely nothing. Small town after small town, one with a population of ten. There were cow, sheep, and horse farms. I stopped to pee on the side of the road, right next to a cow mooing at me bahaha. I've gone to the bathroom more in the wilderness than I have in an actual toilet in the past 20 days (not sure you ...
... the university (jerky-craving abated, he had give a talk) and headed for a hike along the South Boulder Creek West trail, which took us through fields and prairie land to the base of the Flatirons. Storms had been threatening all day, but the weather was gorgeous for us. Afterwards we picked up Howard and Liz and headed back to the apartment for an evening of City Slickers! Man we should all go to a Dude ...
... happy hour ended. Got there sweating. Bloke at bar was a prick about our ID. Sorted him out. Ate burgers outside watching a giant dog play with a small dog. Small dog bit the big dogs balls. Couldn’t stop laughing.
Walked home past frat house. Alpha Gamma Christian.
Planned and slept around 10pm. Got to be up at 3am to get the flight to Portland from ...
... and Denver.
It was another gorgeous sun shiny day. As we drove north we relished the beauty of UT 12 one last time. I drove the Hogback comfortably for the 5th time in 3 days. A new record for me. As we climbed higher above Boulder the autumn colors became even more vivid. There were many cattle grazing right on the roadside so we had to be careful on the curvy mountain road. As we descended into Torrey the familiar red rock cliffs in the ...