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... of the nearby landowners came over and quizzed me as to whether we had hit the top of the barn or not. We hadn't but we had spooked her horses. I was spooked too!
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... for reservations and Bobby answered the phone in Pittsburgh. No idea what happened. Talked to him for a little while and updated him on the trip.
Last night ate at a very nice restaurant called Cliff House. Kathy had salmon and I had orange roughy. It was good and expensive. It was an exhausting day, but we have to get a good night's sleep because we are going to climb Pike's Peak ...
After a restful sleep, we were up and ready to hit the highway by 9:30AM. It's another 450 miles or so to Colorado Springs. For those who driven through the prairies of KS (is there any place flatter?) you know how incredibly exciting it was’nt. We were sure the most exciting thing en route was our sighting of a Google Earth camera on a passing car. (You can go Google that to know what it means…)
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