I'm told there are almost racers from 32 states in the U. I saw a gentleman with a prosthetic leg in the starting line up too - how great is that! The first leg is 21 miles and is mostly up in the mountains and the will end at the rail road bridge where there is a "tent city" set up for all the participants to camp over night.
Everyone was in great spirits and excited to get going. And, the song that was played for the racers when the starting gun went off. Lots to do this weekend! The rock and rock formations are beautiful here! Have never been to a rock show, so I don't quite know what to expect. Well, I Got Rocks! Wow, what fun.
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I now am the proud owner of a blue calcite and a champaign calcite rock. They each weight about 40 pounds and are a beautiful addition to my flower garden.
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Love, love, love them when the sun hits them. I also purchased smaller rocks to put on the deck rail. May even have to get Mark to go with me to the next show near Colorado Springs to get some more - I think I need a. Actually, the Green Chili and the Reuben are outstanding too. Oh, and the french fries made from fresh cut potatoes - mmmmm good. This is a fun "local" eatery where the locals go - I am, after all, a local - just sayin' :o. This will be their first trip to Colorado, and they are trying to fit everything in in one week. They went rafting with Wilderness Aware and she took a little tumble out of the raft.
She was popped out and then pulled back in within approx 10 seconds - they didn't even have time to yell "Swimmer" and she was back in. Me, Mark, and my Mom are going to go rafting today with Wilderness Aware! My mom is excited, but a little apprehensive. The river is perfect for first time rafters, and the weather should be great!!
What a beautiful way to see our great mountains and rock formations. We didn't have any "swimmers" in our raft, and my mom did great! Our Wilderness Aware guide's nick name was "Mother" he was a guy. Not sure why the nick name, but he was an outstanding guide.
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He had the youngest person 8 and the oldest person my mom - 75 in his boat and kept us all paddling in sync. Shewww - made it through the crazy, wonderful 4th of July!
Had great weather and great fun even though we had to cancel fireworks because of the "high fire risk". Woo Hoo - my mom Carol is coming to stay for a while to get out of the Arizona heat! Can't wait to see her! Now, here is hoping that poor Arizona and Colorado can get some rain too. Really glad to have him "home", and just in time for all the great 4th of July festivities in Buena Vista! Well, we had a new guest last night!!
It was a bear! He was a little guy, but still a bear! He came up on the back deck around am to get to the can of bird seed that I have stored by the grill with a very stiff bungy cord on it. He drug the can over by Native Willow, where Jim and Judy were sleeping soundly with the slider open! Judy thought the wind had started to blow things around the deck and got up and closed the door - we think this may have scared the bear off. Had our first guest find Jump Rock and jump off of it.
He made sure the water was good and deep first and all is good! FIBArk has started - lots of fun on tap for the next few days. Come join us! Mark and I are fine where we are at. Another WOW - our river is wayyyyy up. We have had a couple of days of heat and that started the melt going on. Great rafting and kayaking right now. Even the fishing is pretty good. Catching little browns in the river. You can check out a graph of what our water levels are doing by going to Colorado Surface Water Conditions chart. Going to the doctor today - the Rock Doc that is, to learn about all of our really cool rocks and boulders around here.
I'll let you know how it goes! What a fun time.
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I spent about 2 hours with the Cindy the Rock Doc and her wonderful husband. This is a really cool shop to learn about the rocks, gems, and minerals in our area. I didn't get to meet Donna this time around, but they said she is a fountain of information too. There is also a great article. This is a little scientific, but really good. Also, if you print this article, its better to print in color because the article references color areas.
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They are rafting tomorrow AND horse back riding in the same day. I have a feeling, they are going to have some "sitzbones" ready for the hot tub :o Making chocolate covered gargantuan strawberries for breakfast tomorrow - following foodNetwork's easy peasy recipe - mmmmmm good! Jimmy does a great job of straightening up our house - Tracy makes him do it - LOL - :o. They actually know where Richmond, IL is.
They are spending time rafting with Arkansas Valley Adventures AVA here in Buena Vista tomorrow the river is up again and they will have a great time , and then heading to Red Rocks area for a concert. She was laughing about it the next morning! They had a great time and highly recommend AVA. They got to raft right past the house! Theresa - if you are reading this, NO there are no hardwood floors :o. Off to Mt. Princeton's Arkansas Valley Trails to do some back mountain horse back riding!! I'll let you know how it goes - really excited! Ok, so that was sooooo much fun! My guide was named Ken and he took me all through the Mt.
Princeton mountains. What a way to see the area. We crossed the Chalk Creek a couple of times, but it is not exactly "creek" material. Right now the flow is river level. My wonderful horse, Princess a 5 year old black and white paint was wonderful. She wanted to stop in the middle and drink and paw the water - she enjoyed the ride too.
Highly recommend a ride through the mountains! We have a couple mile riders staying with us and wish them lots of luck!
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