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... Such a fun filled, busy day. Garden of the Gods has beautiful red rock soaring formations. It's a good thing I prepped myself for pictures, because we got some great GoPro moments. The kids did some rock climbing in crevices they could reach. It reminded me of VG, just a western version. The sight of those red rocks with the snow covered peaks in the background is a sight I will miss seeing. Even the Dick's store has a beautiful view. Tate kept asking when we ...
... people to see this 5th wheel. We walked in and it just felt right. We knew it was God's timing. So we made the deal.
We walked in and instantly felt like we were home. Here is an RV we can travel in and feel comfortable... but more important: we will be WARM in the winter and cool in the summer.
Windish was really great to work with through the sales ...
... different shape as usually too because of the floods. This time my bike got a little bit dirty, but only a little bit. Sunday I drove with my colleague Casey to the reservoir of Pueblo for a ride in a different terrain. Only 40 min driving by car, but a big difference. Up to another week at the office and next weekend it will be 'Houston we have a problem' ...
... and commentaries
§ The earliest-known, near-complete translation of the Psalms to (Middle) English, including the Canticles and commentary predating Wycliffe’s translation by some 40 years
§ An undocumented copy of Wycliffe’s New Testament in (Middle) English
§ A number of the earliest printed texts, including a large portion of the Gutenberg Bible and the world’s only complete Block Bible in private hands
... cannot get enough moisture because, just under the surface,there is permafrost: the ground remains frozen year-round. What does grow is Alpine tundra; a mixture of mosses, grasses and wildflowers which have all adapted to the extremely short growing season.
Along this area we saw yellow-bellied marmots. The yellow-bellied marmot is the most populous animal on Pikes Peak. Playful creatures, the marmots like to sun themselves on rocks. They are ...