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Mar 26, 2009 - Mapping the Route

I've completed the Route that we'll be taking. The boys are excited, and counting down the days till we leave. We will update the blog bi-weekly, till we leave. Then we'll update it daily. We hope that you'll be able to enjoy our adventure, just as much as we will. See you next time. US

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Mar 17, 2009 - Stopped in Denver to Visit

We had a great visit with the kids. All the kids were able to come and visit and we all went to a neat authentic Mexican restaurant for dinner. We were able to see Aaron , Melissa , Quinn Erin and Grace and meet Mike and Kay. What a great visit. The evening concluded with a harmony session with the Girls and Grampa bringing up the Bass from the rear. The girls have beautiful voices and grampa's isnt too shabby either .

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Oct 29, 2008 - Day 67 Colorado

We got to our friend Kelly's house in Colorado just as evening was darkening the sky. It was so good to see her and she had a wonderful bit of refreshment waiting for us! After dinner we did hurry off and drive the hour and a half to Denver to make the proclamation at the Colorado capitol so we could stay on course for being in Washington DC by election day. As we were reading the proclamation Steve had an insight into the Revelation 14 passage that we had not seen before. Rev 14:14 And I saw: and behold a white cloud and upon the cloud...

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Oct 23, 2008 - Rocky Mountain High

The setting sun put on a splendid show for us as we neared the Rocky Mountains off in the distance on the far side of Denver. We arrived just before dark and found our way off the interstate with help from a quick call to Audrey. We told her we were near Murphy Creek Golf Course and asked whether we should head north or south from there. Anil and Audrey had played Murphy Creek in May, so I knew we were close. Once we left the I-470 we found our way easily because we had spent two weeks with Audrey following our return to Canada and the US...

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Sep 21, 2008 - Back to Colorado

Back In Colorado Since we last posted an update, we have been back to Yellowstone Park for 4 days, down to the Grand Tetons for 11 days, southeast to Rawlins, WY for 5 days, east to Curt Gowdy State Park for 5 days, and are now in Longmont, CO. I’m tired just thinking about it. Oh, I forgot about Cheyenne, WY for one night. Now I’m really tired. In the past month we have seen our first bear (tying Lowell to the tree with a peanut butter and jelly sandwich in her pocket actually worked). The doctor said the scratches would heal in no time...

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Sep 17, 2008 - Rocky Mtn.National Park ( Colorado )

Rocky Mtn National Park, As Don previously noted, the drive from Moab,UT to Denver,CO was the most scenic 300 miles we have ever traveled and also one of the most challenging. We passed through Vail, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain and other well known ski areas. All had beautiful lodges and chalet-type buildings, and condos galore, a luxurious playground for the rich and famous. Called the "Colorful State, Colorado lives up to it's name. Quite by chance, the "BEST" was saved for last, and here in Colorado, the Rockies are at their...

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Sep 16, 2008 - Kansas to Denver in a Day

When I looked at the Road Atlas yesterday, I told Jim we better stock up on supplies 'cause we'd be crossing miles and miles of barren country today! Well, I was partially right. The stretch of highway between Salina, Kansas and Colorado (all the way to Denver, really) is like a flat-line EKG: flat and straight. Fortuntately, in today's world of gas stations and convenience stores, life does exist at exits (even if the rest of the state is barren). So in Colby, KS we found a super-store and bought enough food for the next couple of days....

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Sep 10, 2008 - Colorado Is Beautiful - Even In A Thunderstorm

We've arrived in the suburbs of Denver after driving through Colorado mostly in rainstorms. I'm attaching some pictures taken through the windshield in-between thunderstorms. Don P.S. It rained during the best part of the drive. It's a 13 mile section in Garfield County that has been featured on the history channel and is considered one of the most scenic drives in the U.S. Go to the following website to see the pictures. You may have to copy the website and paste in your browser: http://www.rockymountainroads.com/i-070b_co.html

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Sep 3, 2008 - Last game of the year.

It is hard to believe that our Major League Baseball season has come to an end. Yep, today we attended our last game. The Giants were in town to take on the Colorado Rockies so we headed to Coors Field. This is yet another in a series of 'newer' stadiums. It holds over 50,000 folks and is very comfortable and easy to get around in. Of course todays day game saw only about 23,000 people in attendance to watch the Giants defeat the Rockies by a score of 9-2!! So, here's our stats for the season. We watched the Giants defeat the Cubs &...

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Aug 27, 2008 - Drive to NM was different for a change!

Making an entry just to get Denver on the map. Too tired to write much but I am in New Mexico after going over at 7,834 foot high “pass” through the mountains. Weather continues to be great. It’s warm but no rain to speak. I don’t really feel the difference in the heat..seems humid to me! And although some folks say they can feel the difference in the air at these altitudes, I have only found I am thirstier. That may be because of the “dry heat” (that seems humid to me!) So long for now, will add some pics next time, Carol

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Aug 14, 2008 - Yellowstone Trip #3

Hi All, We are now at our dear friends Janet & Lloyd Maple's place in Denver. Parked in the driveway for a couple of days. Lloyd and I played some golf yesterday at a nice course in the mountains behind Denver called Evergreen Golf Course, had a great time! Betty and Janet went up to Blackhawk to do some evil gambling...... I've also attached a picture of the house in Canon City that we think would be a good retirement home. What do you think? Our next stop will be back at our daughter Dena's for one last visit before heading North to...

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Aug 12, 2008 - Travels with Glenda 4-5

Travels with Glenda 4-5 Golden, CO, home of the Coors Brewing Co. How can we pass up the opportunity to tour the facility? We don’t. The brewery is several blocks long and if the breeze is right it smells wonderful. Inside we pass by the tanks used to create the various brews produced here. All is shiny and clean. The bottling and packing lines move at an almost blinding speed. At the end of the tour was the free tasting room. Each adult is allowed 3 samples. We figured they would be 2 or 3 ounces each. Instead they were in 10 ounce glasses...

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