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... fox hovered for a moment as the gate opened and our legs dangled over the concrete apron. Then ........... I found myself hurtling above the canyon floor thousands of feet below. Well what could a girl,do but go with the flow and let out a choked scream. As we neared the end of the run I could see the baffle which I knew was going to bring our downward descent to an abrupt end. Backward motion was daunting but I smiled and waved to the camera!
... City, Oklahoma. They are the proud parents of one son and five daughters. Within the last few years they have added a daughter-in-law, son-in-law, and two grandchildren. They are very actively involved at their church, as well as many other national and international Christian charities.
At 6pm the folks we met on the Pike's Peak Clog Railway met us dinner. We went over to the Falcon Club here on the base for Grill your own Steak at $24.00 per couple.
... on 70 to Limon CO and took state road 24 southwest to Colorado Springs. Not as scenic as Missouri and Kansas - no crops just scrub land with some small cattle ranches. Mile from motel came to stop as road ahead closed. Brief and heavy storm had caused mudslides. Hour and half later finally made motel.
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... in front of an enormous screen showing the live events. We stayed for a little while but decided it was way too crowded with 15,000 other folks trying to see the stage, so we opted to go back to the camper and watch it on our own television.
We made a late night run to Walmart for groceries and then watched to ceremony. Wow – London pulled out all the stops for one phenomenal event. I may add attending the opening games to my new bucket ...