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... Colorado, which continued to look like Kansas. The land doesn't know where we made state borders; it just evolves and changes as it should.
We made a stop at a Denny's in Limon for dinner, which served less than stellar food (Mac almost broke a tooth on the chicken tenders), but we enjoyed the kid's versions of Mad Libs at the table and a quick game of Uno while we waited for dinner. Note: don't order salad in a breakfast place.
Finally I hear you all thinking... But here I am alive and kicking!
As many of you have experienced, I have been back in Belgium for a while. It was nice to be back and meet friends and family. In between my visit to Belgium I also travelled to Thailand for a vacation and most important, the wedding of my buddy Pieter. It was an honor to be his best man.
Two weeks relaxing, sun, delicious food, ...
... one was just slightly above my eye level.
If one stood at the end of the wall and looked toward the other end, it appeared there were small "shelves" protruding from the wall. At its widest point the "shelf" ranged from one to three inches wide. If one were to look down the plane of the wall from the ceiling, one would see that the "shelf" emerges from the wall in a very gentle arc and then disappears back ...
... intense, so I have a couple really funny sunburn spots on my legs where the sun came through the trees.
We had a great night hanging out with Ryan and Tash. We had a nice dinner at Adams Mountain Cafe in Manitou Springs and then hung out at a penny arcade for about an hour. There were all these great old school video games. Brent kicked some major Ms Pac-Man ass and got the high score. Tash ...
... was presented with a petition asking the U.S. Olympic Committee to forbid the real Olympic torch from entering Tibet. The gist being that the Tibetan people feel that that would be totally inappropriate after 60 years of brutal oppression by the Chinese government. The whole day was a profoundly moving experience. At one point a Tibetan woman got up to speak to the crowd. She thanked us all for being there, especially the few ...
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