Super 8 Longmont/Twin Peaks
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... br> A word about the weather; the key word being rain. We had rain in every state but Utah and Maryland. We wore our rain gear more than not. At times we had to pull off the road because it was raining so hard ( of course there was no overpass when we needed one). One time, in Tennessee, we were driving in the rain and the sky turned white and instantly we were riding in the heaviest down pour we have ever been in. Surprised we didn't float down the road.
... He told me many of the indian ghost still roam this alley and protect it. I'm not so worried about bears any more....and the indian ghosts?...mmmmmm my brothers. Around 6pm i made it to this campground. The rough road was the absolute limit for this Alantra! Now i know why everyone has jeeps or trucks some of them even chuckeled as i hopscotched down this rock and rutt strewn road. As i got here of course it started raining off and on, finally the clouds seemed ...
... a pleasure having you as a friend and also working beside you these 30 years. Dave Welter, it was a great surprise having you show up all the way from Abu Dhabi. We have both traveled some interesting roads from our room mate days in Oklahoma City. Jim and Karen, from the kids in cub scouts, arose a great friendship. You guys are the best! And to my kids, if it wasn't for you, I could have retired years ago. But then my life would not have been ...
... I could begin to learn about the vastness and complexities of Chinese food.
Chinese food is one of the great cuisines of the world. Chinese civilization spans thousands of years and was among the most advanced civilizations for much of that time. Within China there are many regions distinctive by what ingredients they grow and which ethnic groups lived there. Rice was cultivated in the south and noodles in the north. Fish ...
... my directions. Never doubt the power of the Lily and her traveling ipod!
Well after a little rest it was time to get out little butts out to meet Mys-Tree and Phil for Mr Digweed. Well I must say the UK doesn't do much right but when it comes to music djs we kick ****!! Had a great night just a shame the end of the evening wasn't so good. Great photos taken and my outfit went down very well. Photos to uploaded once Spike has shared them with me.