Super 8 Longmont/Twin Peaks
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... we learned that he recently finished writing a book, The Tower: A Chronicle of Climbing and Controversy on Cerro Torre.
What a humble, down-to-earth guy! It actually wasn’t until the end of our day of climbing that we discovered who he really was. I politely asked him what he did since he said he lived in Estes Park. Imagine our surprise and delight to be speaking with a great climber and writer! We found
out that this was his first time ice ...
... Some general Denver observations : Fire hydrants are yellow whilst Fire trucks are white All kinds of men here routinely wear straw cowboy hats Young guys who work out on farms and up mountains etc come in and mix fine with the city types.. These guys dress like Kevin Bacon in Tremors and look good /hot - they aren't ...
... this once I get back from my travels.
3. Egyptian Pyramids
There will be no shortage of things to do, places to see or sense of adventure. At the same time I know that I will need to be constantly aware of my surroundings, careful and smart about my decisions. I look forward to sharing my experiences and keeping in touch through this blog. I am so pumped for this adventure of a lifetime!
... I told Cindy about some comic that did a bit about the early Denver settlers. They were heading for California, and when they got to the Rockies, they took a look at them, and decided that Denver looked pretty good and they did not really want to go to California anyway. I have to say, they look pretty intense for me, being in an RV. Can't imagine my thoughts if I was on foot, or in a wagon. After getting to Longmont today, we went by and put ...
... was a laundromat right next door. The woman who worked there, Phun, welcomed me and we had a nice chat while I got settled and got to washing. She’s from Korea, so I got to share the scant bit of Korean that my brother Dick had taught me when I was a child in the fifties. She got a kick out of it and welcomed me in her native language. I’ve met more interesting folks ...