Summer Odyssey – 2002 I

It was about time to get out of Dodge, a.k.a. Sweat City. Actually, I think Dallas might have set a record for the coolest summer

A Last Blast of Winter Trip – 2002 V

Sadness was seeing the Rockies disappear in my rearview mirror. Near Limon, I had to merge with the gawd-awful I-70 for a few miles before

A Last Blast of Winter Trip – 2002 IV

As usual, I overslept the next morning simply because it was too comfortable under the covers with the temperature outside reading 33 degrees. Vivian and

A Last Blast of Winter Trip – 2002 III

I decided to drive on as far as I could before nightfall. I headed east up and over Monarch Pass where I stopped at the

A Last Blast of Winter Trip – 2002 II

It was midaftemoon when I stopped at my favorite “Midway Rest Area” on top of northeastern New Mexico (elev. 6750 ft.). This would be another

A Last Blast of Winter Trip – 2002 I

This was to be the most spontaneous trip of all ever taken. It was the evening of April 16th, and the Weather Channel was forecasting

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