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... is Saturday...)
I crashed and burned about 11pm last night, and apart from waking once I slept soundly for a good 6 hours. I'm happy with that, as I'm usually awake around 6am at home so hopefully I'm back on Denver time.
It's nice to meet up with people you've been "conversing" with on Social Media, I'm a fan of putting names to faces. I got asked who's looking after my kitties (they're at home with daddycat, who says they're settling in to ...
... would be an "E" ticket in Disneyland. The Subaru was obviously feeling the altitude as it's response to stepping on the gas pedal did not provide the same results as when at sea level, but our horse plowed through and got us home. We arrived to see a beautiful rainbow and a 360• view of the beginning of the Rocky Mountains.
Central City as it turns out is an awesome casino destination fashioned after ...
... who looked at the mountain and found it without it name so it
became pronounced as what it is today as Mount Rushmore. When we finally
arrived, there was already at least 500 people there and when I looked up
everything really started to sink in, you don't actually start to feel what it
is until you see it first hand and when I saw it, its better than the pics I’ve
seen on the internet. Then they put on this impeccable film that gave the
background story ...
Day 46: 7,389 miles
Wednesday, July 16
The summer I turned 9, my grandmother and I took the train from Fresno to Wichita and back again. It was my first train ride, and it took us three days to get there. I was amazed and enchanted by the entire process.
We had come so far to see some distant cousin get ordained a priest (or maybe a brother; I'm not too clear about that part). I remembered the strangest things about this ...
... It was really cold but we saw some squirrels. We came back had some leftovers for lunch and drove to the lake to do some ice fishing. We walked out on the ice, being careful not to slip. Then we sat on a bucket while Chris or Dad drilled holes in the ice in front of us. We set up our rods and fished. Every child was able to catch at least one ...