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... and begin our cruise along the backwaters of Kerala. These traditional boats are built of bamboo and Anjili wood and were the method of transport for hundreds of years. Now they are decorated and made into comfortable cruise boats. As we drift along lush areas of tropical vegetation we should see lots of birds and a different perspective on village life. The cruise takes us along palm fringed canals where coconut meat and cashews are loaded ...
... A footbridge over the Platte takes us to grocery shopping, REI and an area full of shops and restaurants. In the opposite direction a pedestrian bridge takes us over the tracks to Union Station and Downtown Denver. Light Rail, buses and the free 16th street mall shuttle are just 5 minutes away. Public transportation is important as we have no car!
... Mount Rushmore. We got onto the bus and went to the Bagland
National Park to begin our hike. Everyone was ready, having on our appropriate
gear and filled water bottles, there was no way anyone was trying to miss out.
Luckily, Kevin didn't want to push us too hard so he gave everyone something
practical and fairly easy, a 1 mile hike which was no biggy. While on the hike,
the scenery was spectacular and breath-taking because we noticed oblivious
plateaus that ...
... was really cool because it was something we had never done, but after a while we got too cold and had to go home. We drove back home and Donovan and Kinsey built Legos while I did some coloring. Then we had a really nice Christmas dinner, we had a brisket with cranberry sauce. Then we had a really super nice chocolate log roll for desert and went to ...
... and knots and all things excitement in my churning stomach since the day before yesterday and now it is today: today is the day.
i keep forgetting )only very briefly) that it is christmas eve, but the outlandish number of santa hats, reighndeer antlers, and full blow elf barb we’ve seen between DIA and Washington DC’s airports have served as an ...