We took our time leaving the luxury of our room at the Doubletree. From there we headed west across Colorado via I-70. We took a little side trip to Breckenridge to visit the delightful vacation home of friends Martha and Rick. They were not there but not we definitely can’t wait for a chance to visit with them in Colorado. The the trip across the state was a feast for the eyes. We saw snow covered mountains, a few skiers on the slopes, autumn foliage, badlands, cliff formations, and a beautiful sunset. We went through so many long tunnels we started singing “She’ll Be Coming Through the Mountain”. We ended the day in Moab, Utah with plans to visit more national parks tomorrow.



1 Comment

  1. Dave

    I trust that you honked the horn in each one of the tunnels. 🙂


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