Colorado
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Holla.

Time is short and photos are many, so there won't be much room for words in this post.

Basic update: It's sunny, in the 70s, and I went on a lovely hike in Runyon Canyon this morning with my man. This girl's getting in shape.

We are still on the hunt for jobs, and we still haven't acquired any new pieces of furniture. At this point, the necessity of getting jobs precedes most else, since we need the jobs to have the money to make our apartment into a home. Workin' on it.

I honest to goodness wish I could write a couple of essays about the beauty of this road trip, but I should have done that while I was riding in the car for hours at a time, because right now the laundry is calling and I need to figure out how to hook up my printer so I can print out a fresh resume.

One more thing: I promise this will make you laugh.

Hugs and kisses to all!

Black Hills

Mount Rushmore, as seen from the highway



Katie and Brent make a new friend at Wall Drug (have you dug?)
Sylvan Lake
Harney Peak
Harney Peak
Harney Peak


Windblown




Harney Peak






Look for the black dot hovering in the sky - I added it in - directly below that is the lookout tower on the top of Harney Peak, which is where the photos above were taken from. What. A. Climb.
Can you see the tower?
Sylvan Lake


Yay, Brent, yay!




Wyoming
(Gorgeous during the day; creepy as a mofo at night)






Courtesy of Toby

Courtesy of Toby


Courtesy of Toby


Courtesy of Toby


Colorado
Our first two nights in Colorado were spent with Toby's aunt Bethany and her fiance Jim in Fort Collins. They took us out for sushi, showed us the mountains, and gave us a place to sleep. They are so filled with love for their lives that they almost convinced me to just stay in Fort Collins and forego the rest of the trip. Great hosts.

The second half of our Colorado leg was spent in Boulder/Denver, where my bestie Lili showed us around. Much climbing was done, and many faces were made.


Bethany and Toby stroll through Estes Park




Awww, Cutter. 


Delicious lunch


Rocky Mountain National Park


Rocky Mountain National Park




Rocky Mountain National Park


Rocky Mountain National Park




Estes Park


Estes Park


Sleepy lil' Cutter


Boulder!
















Epic.










I have been waiting for years to visit this town, and it was everything I dreamed of and more. LOVE BOULDER.








Stinky Lili




























Peace.