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May 15, 2007 - Beautiful Breckenridge.

The Ski village of Breckenridge. Tuesday 15th May 2007 After a chilly night, the temperature in the morning is cool enough for long trousers. So, we decide to ride the bikes up the track to Breckenridge - about 3 miles - and try the internet access at the local library - as we are having some problems with our WiFi on the laptop. The library is pretty good - 6 computers - 4 for short term use (max 10mins) and 2 that you can book for an hour at a time. And they are fast and accept the CD to upload our photos. After about an hour and a half...

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Jun 29, 2006 - Breckenridge

Packed up and headed to Breckenridge this morning. Made good time going up into the mountains except about the last 20 miles, which took almost an hour. The campground is beautiful! We arrived about 2:00, so we were able to go into town for a bite to eat and wander the main street for a few minutes. Stopped at the Visitor's Center. The town is really pretty. Clean, neat, nice park in the middle of town. Much different that we remember from our last visit (15 years ago!). Scenery is beautiful, too. There is still snow on the mountains! Golf...

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May 25, 2006 - Denver, Co

We arrived in Denver, Colorado on Thursday May 25th. It was only about 200 miles from our last stop so it was an easy drive. We actually stayed in Golden, Co. This is a very historical city about 20 miles from Denver. This is the city that the Amazing Race finished its last season. I watched it but can't for the life of me where they would have been in Golden. We took a 1 1/2 hour drive into the Rocky Mountains and went to Estes Park. It is a little mountain touristy town when up high in the mountains. We toured around in the Park, took a...

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Nov 22, 2005 - On to Littleton, Colorado

I spent Thanksgiving with family in Littleton, Colorado. My daughter Kelly, son-in-law Ken, grandsons Justin (Jud) and Kyle and son Kenny. Ken and Kelly just purchased a new/old home in Littleton that has room for horses. So ... after Thanksgiving we set about remodeling the barn for two horse stalls. I've been in Littleton for a week. Probably leaving Tuesday, the 29th to spend time in the Bayfield, Colorado area with other family members. The weather was great - sunny and warm - until today. Today was cold but no snow. Ken and his band...

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Sep 7, 2005 - Glorious Vail Colorado

The return trip to Vail was a lot of work but also a lot of fun. Even though I was thrown back into event planning without much time to recupate from a year on the road, I was lucky enough to retain my passion for events. Especially for events in gorgeous locales! Vail, Colorado is now one of my favorite places in the U.S. Not only because the golf tournament went really well, but also because I managed to extend my trip by a few days, and spend time with John (my stow-away) fly-fishing, hiking, mountain biking, gondola riding, eating, and...

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Dec 16, 2004 - Winter Park

Winter Park was fantastic! We spent two days at the Rocky Mountain Inn and Hostel following a recommendation from Let's Go, which in my opinion is the best damn travel guide there is. The place was an old bed and breakfast that now is made up of an inn on the ground floor and a hostel on the second floor. The rooms in the hostel were $19 a bed, and we spent $75 for a beautiful room in the inn. The room came with breakfast, had an excellent view of the mountains from its balcony and allowed us access to all of the facilities upstairs in the...

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Jul 1, 2004 - Visit with Doug

Day 21 -- Thursday, July 1 Frisco, CO Miles today: 56 Elevation: 9050 Today was a fun but low-key day. This morning we visited Georgetown, Colorado. This picturesque town, nestled in the Rockies, was a boomtown during the silver rush. It would probably be a ghost town today, if it weren't an exit off I-70. Instead, it's a quaint little western town catering to tourists. While VJ went shopping, Richard & I visited the Georgetown Energy Museum. What could have been a rather boring museum stop, became interesting as we studied the hundred...

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2004 USA Road Trip

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