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April 30, 2006

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patti

Lovely. I'm happy you didn't meet any mountain lions, though!

Argent

It brings home the psalm: I lift my eyes to the quiet hills...

Glad you had a wonderful time in that beautiful state.

Steve Bogner

I've been there several times, and it is breath-takingly beautiful. A nice place to have a class; I wouldn't have thought about that setting...

isn't that Rocky mountain national park. And if it is,then it's the most breath-takingly beautiful place I've ever been to :)

Glad you were able to walk with God too :) Do please blog more about it

Essy

Sounds like a little slice of heaven. My husband and I own some land way up in NorthEastern Maine, and I've been getting quite the itch lately to build a cabin up there for some get aways. Your post just inspired me further.

HeyJules

Estes Park - I know it forwards and backwards. Probably been there at least a half dozen times and get giddy as a school girl every time I get close to it.

I was up there in late summer one year on the exact day that the entire park full of Aspens turned their leaves from green to yellow. I will never forget that day as long as I live...

Hector

Patti, Argent, Steve, Lorna (?), Essy, and Jules,

how nice to hear from you. I livved in Colorado 10 years ago. It always brings a smile to go back to those glorious mountains. I love the smell of the pine trees, the fresh air, and the blue skies. It's really a special place. I'm glad you all love it as much.

Jeff

I agree with you. I miss being up in North California.

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