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News from Debbie:
Today, I became an awestruck idiot with a limited vocabulary of:
OH MY GOSH
SARA, LOOK AT THAT
SARA, WAKE-UP AND LOOK AT THAT
SARA, TAKE A PICTURE
WOW WOW OH MY GOSH
While we had planned to head south, once I realized this added 200 miles to the trip we went ahead and headed …
... small restaurant where we both had crepes. They were delicious. Spent the rest of the afternoon walking around and going into some of the shops and galleries.
Our last stop at Manitou Springs was at a special gallery. I got the one present I am allowed on this trip. Kathy is going to get tons of tee shirts which might make up for all the expensive German replica jerseys l got over the years. I have always wanted a wood ...
... enough water but one of the workers there said that a person loses a liter of water on the way up and another on the way down. I did not drink that much.
We notice that many of our plastic containers are bulging and have a fun way of exploding when we try to open them. I am used to this with air travel. Never thought of it with car travel, or RVs for that matter. Our detergent containers now rock on their bowed bottoms. And I quickly learn to ...
... Friday in the morning I could do a tourtist walk at the harbour while the meeting was only at 10.30 am and I was still not used to American time and waking up early. We will have to build on a barge for the NFL Kick-off, building construction outside town and floating it into the harbour, will be a nice experience! Friday we got back around 8.45 pm in Colorado Springs. The fligth from from Denver to Colorado Springs was the shortest flight I had in my whole life so far ...
... in Colorado Springs. It contains numerous trails for hiking, walking, mountain biking, technical rock climbing and horseback riding. There are more than 15 miles of trails. The name of the park dates back to August 1859 when two surveyors helping to set up nearby Colorado City were exploring the nearby areas. Upon discovering the site, one of the surveyors, M. S. Beach, suggested that it would be a "capital place for a beer garden." His companion, the ...