Econo Lodge I-70 Near Bicentennial Center
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... took one in the chest, musta been a glancing blow cus it didn't hurt, but his wreckage fell into my lap and he was huge! The other 2 were face shield hits that sounded like a hit from a .50 cal inside my bucket.
While I am on the topic of bugs and helmets, another small rant. My fancy iicon helmet has all sorts of ducts, and slits & slots and venturi's on and in it, to providing cooling and to ensure the visor doesn't fog up. On the ...
... that are harnessed to a wagon or sleigh for 20 people. Their country dance club is big and very popular. It was too bad we got rained out the night before. Matt had French toast with bananas and blue berries - yum.
We hit the road and things went flat and long as we easted from the mountains into the Colorado plains and then into Kansas. The rest of the day would have been uneventful and not worth ...
After watching Emily and Calie pass through TSA Security, I jumped in my SUV and started my journey East...However, I neeedd some energy and comfort food so I stopped at an airport Dunkin Donuts for an Apple Fritter and Ice Coffee...I had already made the decision not to take advantage of ...
... matter how small, however, they all have at least one bar and several churches. If it didn't take so long, it would be much more interesting to travel the back roads and go through the small towns.
(John) When traveling in areas of flat continued agricultural fields for as long as you drive and as far as you can see, my mind just wanders and I think of stuff. For example, I was thinking of the English language and how difficult ...
... Rocky Mountain National park had the same idea. We could not find any parking at the trailhead, and we did not want to walk an extra mile just to get to the trail. So we headed to another trail at Lily Lake. We hiked up on the ridge and then around the lake. After that we were ready to head out.
We left the beautiful Rockies and headed into the flatlands of eastern Colorado and Kansas. It was kind of depressing heading east as it means our trip is ...