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Please forgive me for not updating the blog until now. After I left Eisenhower, I knew I would be traveling to Denver, as I had made a reservation via AirBnB. it was a long grueling day driving across the rest of Kansas, before coming upon the Rocky Mountain's somewhere along 5:30 in the evening. As I followed the GPS directions to the home, I was first worried that it was going to be in a somewhat rough looking barrio. Thankfully, I continued upon a beautifully ...
... warming up the legs. We proceeded on to the mountain climb, where I decided to ride solo. It was a great day - it turns out so far I am for most part not affected by altitude as we climb but many people are - thanks for the multiple ski trips out west mom and dad! We faced the toughest headwind of the trip, and of my life, and it aggravated more people than I thought possible. Let's back track - the scenery was unbelievable ...
... leg of our American journey.
We have very few cold weather clothes with us so it seemed a bit chilly this morning in Denver at 54 F max today although we were blessed yet again with sunshine and blue skies. We booked a city tour this afternoon and were driven around the Cities parks, various residential areas with some houses dating back to the gold and silver rush days, then a stop at the Colorado State Capitol building which is essentially offices but with ...
... was really cool because it was something we had never done, but after a while we got too cold and had to go home. We drove back home and Donovan and Kinsey built Legos while I did some coloring. Then we had a really nice Christmas dinner, we had a brisket with cranberry sauce. Then we had a really super nice chocolate log roll for desert and went to ...
Holly: We're up early and drive the hour out to our dude ranch just to get an advance view of our destination tomorrow. A beautiful drive around Lake Vellicito including some dirt and gravel roads. But beautiful country surrounded by National Forest land.
Then to Durango for a walk around and an outdoor lunch at a cafe. Some additional Durango views then to the campground that Ronnie and I stayed ...