King Mountain Ranch
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... great dinner with David and Laura – friends that go back to my days in Harrisonburg many years ago! They are relocating out here from Boston, and we were fortunate enough that they arrived in the Boulder area just before I did! It was wonderful catching up and reminiscing about our days together a few years ago. Both of their kids are now at JMU, so for them the tradition continues! Go ...
... the worst as we drove east through Colorado. It turns out, on the other (east) side of the continental divide, the mountains were being hammered by torrential rains. We got a little rain as we drove along but nothing like what was going on just a hundred miles to the east.
Later we crossed Muddy Pass at 8900 feet and continued to Granby, CO, stopping for lunch at a park in Craig, CO. Granby is the western gateway to ...
... and clubs I want to do, I don’t think I’ll get it all done. But more information is better than none!
I didn’t need to move at all to get to DU, so I didn’t have to prepare in the way most other people did. I didn’t have to decide what to pack, what I would take, and how to stay in contact with my friends. Instead I had to make sure I knew what I was doing before I found everything out the hard way. ...
... we had a couple of hours to kill before meeting up with Tim's cousin for pizza, we headed into Boulder for a spot of Lego shopping for the kids and some good old fashioned wandering inside an air conditioned super-store. It was while shopping that we found the one item of camping equipment we had been missing all along; a mesh enclosed 11 foot by 11 foot canopy to keep the sun off, the bugs out and the rain off our heads. Oh, how we wished we had found this sooner on our ...
... was hard to believe it was chalk! At another picture, the artists gave us glasses to wear that made the picture look 3-D! It is hard to describe the different chalk art, so I will post pictures so you can see the beautiful work.
After we finished at the Chalk Festival, we began our drive back home, but not without making our stop for dinner at Beaujo's - our family tradition.