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... Starbucks" hehehe. This afternoon we visited the firefighter memorial park and also the firefighters museum, quite humbling and interesting ... We could not believe the numbers on the remembrance wall of fallen firefighters. Did a little shopping on the way home, got some NFL t-shirts and some wrangler jeans ($20!) ... Home for tea and chill out times and a Dr Pepper for Roy ...
... Bliss sound asleep under the table. I was the only guard keeping those traitorous tunneling pests away and we were surrounded! Now that Uncle Jeff, Great Grandma Ellen and my cousin Bliss have headed for Michigan I finally get a day of rest and recuperation. I will probably guard against those pesky little prairie dogs this afternoon but this morning I'm ...
... br> We got into our harnesses with a lot of help from Ben and Riley and secured our helmets and piled into a van to make the 10 minute drive to the course. Our van was driven by a nice young man referred to as Chainsaw. We had a fun ride with the staff cracking jokes and Chainsaw driving really really fast. Apparently he was in a hurry for us to start our adventure.
We arrived on site and had our lesson and most importantly learned how ...
... t have set in! Still, the
tiny wildflowers that thrived there were some of the most beautiful
so far. This stop also put us back on the Eastern Sloop for the
first time since we crossed over the divide sometime in May at Silver
City, NM. ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monarch_Pa ss
Next we stopped in Pueblo for some
“Colorado Beach Time” at ...
... into the wall. In each case, either the wall or the piece was a brilliant white. Looking straight on at the pieces with spotlights from above, it reminded one of a distant horizon. On the horizon it appeared to be a forest that was lit oddly, maybe due to a white fog. We had never seen anything like it so we decided to inspect them more closely. Each piece had one or more of the "horizons." The lowest "horizon" ...