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... s castle home in Colorado Springs. It was a fun get together.
Wednesday, Sept. 18th, was the day to have some minor repairs on our tow at the Subaru dealer. Friend Bill Morr, cousin, Bill Baum & Kate joined us for a sushi dinner downtown.
Thursday Sept. 19th, was spent reprovisioning our motorhome at all the wonderful store options that we hadn't seen in our travels since leaving California.
Kansas is our next stop.
... and the whole time I was at the end of the line, I felt really creeped out! You were creeped out? Try being at the end when something growls behind you! And about that growl, Oscar's dad had said that he had heard of that happening before.
Let's not forget someone dared us to turn the lights off, and when asked why us, he added, "because you guys are the trouble makers!" HMMM never have been a trouble maker until I hung out with a TEACHER!! ...
... Like just about every other activity, Lucas takes his mini golf very seriously.
... this time the rain had stopped. Tyler walked into the comic book store. Leslie had sent him to find us. We found out he and she were soaked. They had opted to not duck into any stores.
Since we still had not found the ring, we got in the truck and headed to Old Colorado City. When we arrived, our first stop was the Chocolate Factory. The kids each bought a treat. Then we began walking along Colorado Avenue looking for ...
... The US-160 is also a 2 lane highway but a busier one with the mountains closer on each side. We followed the tracks of various cars and trucks through the snow, lights on, windscreen wipers going. The road climbed slowly but it was straight. The snow continued to fall and we continued to follow other traffic and their tracks through the snow. The road continued straight but it continued to climb and the snow continued to fall. A ...