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... and other farms throughout Colorado.
Soon it was time to get to the Peach Festival, which promised to be filled with all sorts of small-town America fun! We joined the crowd lined up to taste fresh, juicy peaches and ice cream while the local band warmed up for dancing in the street! The Peach Princess and her court of Ambassadors arrived in Disney-worthy princess finery and were presented to the very appreciative audience.
... at the trail again, we looked up and then looked down. That is when we made the best choice of the day; descend back to the bosom of Mother Earth.
Our descent was harrowing. There were times that we actually slid down instead of walking down.
Finally back on level ground, we looked back up the so-called trail and then at each other. In unison, we said, "Never again"; thus ended our attempt to conquer Mount Garfield or rather be ...
... have sculpted the Rockies into dramatic peaks and valleys. The northern Rockies were once explored by Lewis and Clark, around 1805. Now it’s time for Ray and Gary, circa 2014. *** A number of popular songs have been inspired by the Rocky Mountains, among them "Rocky Mountain High" (recorded by John Denver in 1972) and "Rocky Mountain Way" (recorded by Joe Walsh in 1973). Rocky Mountain High, written after ...
... we could see the two towers - the Venetian and Venezia - and the main part of the hotel/casino. A large banner of Phantom of the Opera was draped over the front of the building. Out in front of the hotel were large fountains with sculptures, but the most Venetian part of the surroundings were the gondolas in the river wrapping around the hotel.
... onto HWY 6 (the old freeway); passing New Castle, Silt and Rifle. Silt was a wild, wild, western town. Dan's highlight riding along Union Pacific and BN (Burlington Northern) and begging the engineers to blow their train whistles. It was quite entertaining for me because it made me appreciate the small things. Here is a grown man that is loving life due to a couple of trains. We felt like kids ...