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... smart and had hotdogs that could be cooked on sticks. I had brought burgers so I needed a grill. The wind was blowing too hard and it was hard to get the grill going, so I just broke out the electric skillet and cooked them that way. We then sat out there until 1:45 am laughing and talking. When we did go to bed, Tyler and I pulled the table over behind our door to at least keep the door closed. Oh, and we also slept with the light on.
The end result. A big Christmas tree. Rach stuffed up the base. Typical.
Time for some hill sprints up the dunes.
And not going to do that again.
We left ...
... along the way. Railroad fanatics who follow trains to take pictures etc. are called foamers. On this part of journey we crossed Lobato Trestle at 100 ft. above Wolf Creek. We went by Cresco Tank where trains can take on water. This tank was used in the movie: Indiana Jones: The Last Crusade. Then we came to Cumbres Pass the highest point on our journey at 10,015 ft. Our next memorable experience was navigating around ...
... early to bed for Fiona, Quinn, and Liam. I sat in the back room as a waited for the talk with Maryanne and Grandpa. I cried for the whole thing and than cried myself to sleep. The next morning I woke up to Fiona asking me to get up so that she could sit on the couch. I gladly got up. While pouring my milk into cereal I had a hand spasm, giving myself and the table a bath. What I great way to start my ...
... interesting in that it travels through the heart of these states. In Arizona we traveled for miles without seeing anything. Colorado has already taken us from prairies, farms, ranches, to the Rockies. The road is often just two lanes and it is a well used road. Going over the mountains is majestic and scary...you are often riding along a cliff of tremendous portions! This is also not a road to speed on. You go through many small towns and all of them have speed limits of ...
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