Category Archives: Cities


On Good Friday, we headed into the mountains to explore. We drove through Ute Pass into South Park, where we saw thousands of Pronghorn, all on the left side of the road. I think the mountain on the right is Lincoln … Continue reading

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We headed to downtown Boulder and strolled through Pearl Street Mall, a four block section of stores where no traffic is allowed. It was an experience. There were street musicians (some of which played like they’d just acquired their instrument … Continue reading

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Palmer Park

I had a rare Monday off work, so I went for another hike in another Colorado Springs Park — Palmer Park. But first, I went to REI and bought my first pair of hiking boots. Two helpful women worked with … Continue reading

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Palmer Lake Star

From late November through New Years, when driving north on I-25 through Monument, Colorado, or when out walking in the area anytime after dark, you can’t help noticing the giant lit-up star on the mountainside above Palmer Lake. On December … Continue reading

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The Cubs, Chicago and the Chair — Part Three

I headed back downtown. After a quick lunch at Panera, I walked to the Art Museum, then through Millennium Park to Navy Pier, then down the River Walk to the train station.

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