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Driving with the windows down

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I love it when the weather changes and I can drive with the windows down. We’re almost there.  I’ve done it a couple of times now.  The fresh air coming in is cleansing. Spring has sprung, but it’s still too…

The Obligatory MileHiCon Schedule Post

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I had such a great time last year that, once again, I will be attending MileHiCon at the Hyatt Regency in Denver’s Tech Center over the weekend.  Lot’s of stuff going on at the con, including Author Guests of Honor…

Colorado Wildfires

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A lot of folks on Twitter, Facebook and via email, have been asking if I’m okay and whether the fires are anywhere near me, so I thought a post was in order. First up – thanks to everyone who has…

Photo Friday: Santa Maria

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Continuing the photos from the set taken along Guanella Pass Scenic Byway, Elevation 11,669 feet.  Starting in Grant on U.S. 285, the 24-mile stretch of bumpy dirt road / pass runs to Georgetown off I-70 This one surprised me. Driving…

Photo Friday: Short Cuts Cause Long Delays

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Continuing the photos from the set taken along Guanella Pass Scenic Byway, a 24-mile stretch of bumpy dirt road running from Grant on U.S. 285 to Georgetown off I-70.  Elevation: 11,669-feet. I wonder, sometimes, about fantasy novels.  I enjoy fantasy,…

Photo Friday: Western View

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Continuing the photos from the set taken along Guanella Pass Scenic Byway, a 24-mile stretch of bumpy dirt road running from the small town of Grant on U.S. 285 to Georgetown off I-70.  Elevation: 11,669-feet. Last week, I gave you…

Photo Friday: The Worst Toilet Ever

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When you get up into the mountains, eventually, you’ll have to go.  If you’re in the park system, they provide toilets here and there for you.  Usually, they are a toilet above a hole in the ground, but they have…