Foot of the Mountain Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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- From Salina, Kansas, we filled up our gas tank and traveled 203 miles to Colby, Kansas. then from Colby we traveled 261 miles to Boulder, Colorado.
- One we arrived we craved a sit down meal so we went to Avery Brewing were i devoured a Bacon cheese burger and fries.
... s company. I felt so natural being in this new setting with the man I met on the top of a mountain at sunset. When we star gazed later that night, it wasn't quite the same as camping together last week in the wilderness with the pitch black night sky, but it offered a different kind of joy getting to share in that experience with Darren once more. He's beginning to move my heart in a similar way that the mountains do. I'm curious to see what happens ...
... Seasonings Tea Factory. The founders of this company were part of a group of hippies that came to Boulder in the late 1960s. They used to pick flowers and plants to make herbal tea. The company now imports tea to 35 countries and is one of the largest tea producers in the US.
It was the first time that we had visited a tea factory and it was quite interesting. You weren't allowed to take photos inside the ...
... stole a birthday card and sent it to England. Had another Illegal Petes burrito.
Went back to the flat, weather hot now. Walked to find a shop for drinks. Walked wrong way. Walked right way. Got drinks. Exited shop. Exited car park. Took one step onto pavement. Took second step onto pavement. Drew a breath. Drew another breath. ******.
Sat in the ...
... Needless to say, I sped through the rest of Colorado as quickly as I could, soon finding myself in Nebraska. Now, I may rip on a few states in this blog, but let me say that Nebraska is not as bad as I remember it. The Platte River provides enough water to make the state pretty green and there are plenty of farms and rivers to keep the mind occupied during a long drive. The people, on the other hand, are where ...