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... a hot shovel, steps out to go buy more smokes while his friend cranks up the gangster rap to 11 so I can enjoy it. I promptly left.
That was, for the most part, the most interesting thing that happened to me that day. I spent the night at a rest stop on I-80 just outside of Grand Island, Nebraska. It was surprisingly comfortable, sleeping in the back of my Subaru Outback. But only really as a last resort.
... like it's a party. I see 5 guys. I find the restaurant and start looking for a park. I find a parking garage and park in there. I walk to the restaurant. I'm not 100% on what this guy looks like, so I walk into the restaurant and ask the hostess to see Derek. She looks and me puzzled. "Derek?" I ask again. She still looks like I'm speaking Russian. A guy come up to me a says "Dexter" and shakes my hand. Of course, it was Dexter. I had no idea where Derek ...
Planning our first trip abroad had many unanswered questions and so we probably overplanned, but here are the major items that had to be resolved:
1) Since John and Maria were traveling with us, we had to agree on a trip plan and decide how many days to include. We ended up with a trip of 26 days, covering over 2100 miles.
2) Get passports
3) Reserve a flight
4) Joined AAA and purchased medical ...
Jake's 21st birthday gift - Eagles/Broncos game tickets. Stayed in cottage. Saturday night dinner at Boulder Chophouse with Evan Hannan and Chauncey O'Brien. Sunday game with Eagles losing badly. Monday tour of Boulder with Aunt K and short trips to Celestial Seasonings and Leanin' Tree Museum. Dinner of tapas at The Med. Saturday 9/28-Tuesday ...
... area we thought was worst affected so there is obviously lots of activity going on over a large area. What we saw of Colorado was impressive enough though! Distinctly different from Arizona and Utah and more akin to what we are used to in Scotland and Europe - Sharp, imposing mountain ranges, lots and lots of fir trees with an Alpine feel and some lush, picture-postcard villages dotted throughout - we would love to come back and spend some ...