Van Eden Ranch & Retreat
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... to sing, which I wanted tp do perfect of course!
I managed to sing pretty good and it went well. I got a lot of positive reactions so I felt good again!!
Wednesdays is our longest day; 08.30 am till 08.30 pm... that is LONG!
We looked forward to the shuttle.. but we were lucky! Our host dad offered to pick us up at the shuttle point so we were home an hour and a half earlier!
In the morning we had a lot of workshops and because I do get to know more ...
We have been tracking along the Colorado River now for several hundred miles and it is such a different feeling from going through open desert or plains. The river gives a sense of guidance, security. It exudes sustenance, bringing to life the areas around its banks. This river is the primary source of water for the entire Southwest. It carved out the Grand Canyon and many other canyons along its way ...
... the incoming flight from Denver arrives, the passengers deplane and the airplane is prepared for its return flight back to Denver.
United Airlines Flight 5533 operated by SkyWest
Jackson Hole (JAC) to Denver International (DEN)
Canadair Regional Jet 700 N708SK
Seat: 2D (United First, window)
Departure: 5:04 PM
Arrival: 6:27 ...
... all great people and I really appreciate their hard-working which brought us new students wonderful images of DU and Denver. I still remember that week, an overwhelming week: we danced together, no matter what music it was playing. There were English pop songs, Spanish songs, French songs, and Italian songs. When there was a very popular Chinese song coming out, everyone was so excited for it’s beats. Then wherever ...
... the GPS. My first indication of a problem was that our destination was on an unpaved road. Did I listen to my instincts? No. So, we turned off the expressway and made our way to the road that the mine was on. Needless to say, the road was indeed unpaved and barely 1 1/2 car widths wide. This road was very steep and long as we climbed about 1,000 ft. As we approached the entrance a man with a shovel came up to us and ...