Travel Blogs from Lyons
We packed up, replenished our food supply, and headed to the Rockies. It took a couple hours to drive from Denver to Rocky Mountain National Park, where we bought the national park pass and checked in to Glacier Basin Campground. We had reservations near the Darlings, which meant we were in the RV area, and many of the trees had been cut down because of a terrible bark beetle infestation in the park. We set up our cozy tent during a break in the rain, and once we got used ...
... br> we enjoyed lunching & reminiscing..
however time came for us to continue along...
once again we wally-ed it last night in Goodland, Ks
but not before spying an 86 foot rendition of Van ...
... which made it a must visit, to help them give a small glimpse of the 'MS student' experience.
This was certainly not the trip I had in mind as something for my convocation celebration but it was one that my mom, my sister and I certainly enjoyed from the beginning of the day, the drive, the animals by the park entrance, the landscapes, the lakes, all of them, till we returned to my cozy student life apartment.
I can't believe Lesley has been here for 10 days already. We have been enjoying ourselves immensely. Eric managed to get an extra week off and has been home too. We have been relaxing a lot mixed in with a little bit of shopping and tons of laughter. We have managed to squeeze in a little hiking and swimming as well.
Monday we had Caribbean day and the weather actually cooperated. ...
I arrived in Denver last night. My dear friend so kindly offered to pick me up at the airport, despite the late hour. We drove almost an hour to get to his place in Broomfield.
This morning, after a well deserved rest we had breakfast and hit the road. First stop: Bike store. He had to pick up his new bike. I needed some basic bike gears.
The bike was ready but there were not so many options of gears for ...
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