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Traveling In Luxury, part 4 La Paz, Mexico

Roads Traveled with Linda L. Osmundson

Each morning aboard ship, I showered and dressed in the dark while Bob slept. In the Lido Restaurant, I chose various items from the buffet and always included a chocolate or berry croissant.

I pulled a chair next to my new friend at the jam session and watched the musicians arrive decked out in shorts. More people crowded the hallway and venue. Again, the upbeat music, silly jokes, and casual friendships created an uplifting

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Traveling In Luxury – Part 2

Roads Traveled with Linda L. Osmundson

Our first port on the Sea of Cortez cruise was Cabo San Lucas. We sailed around the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula from the West to East. Rocks jutted from the mainland. At noon, we anchored off shore.

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Traveling In Luxury – At Sea

Roads Traveled With Linda L. Osmundson

I love “at sea” days aboard a ship. For the Sea of Cortez cruise, I decided against Bingo, pasta cooking, digital workshop, a movie, or more. My goal was to do nothing on those four days but relax, read, write, and listen or dance to music. Each day was similar to the first “at sea” day.

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Traveling In Luxury – The First Day

Roads Traveled With Linda L. Osmundson

My husband Bob and I flew to San Diego a day early for our scheduled Sea of Cortez cruise aboard the MS Statandam. Good thing. Denver’s predicted snow storm blew in that night and blanketed DIA causing flight delays the next morning. We might have, as the saying goes, “Missed the boat!” That said, I never let any of the 557 crew

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RMNP Annual Pass Commemorating Upcoming Centennial

Rocky Mountain National Park turns 100 in 2015!  Want to start celebrating, but don’t want to wait until next year?  Rocky’s 2014 Annual Pass features the 100th Anniversary logo and a pika, one of the park’s most popular residents

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Georgetown Bighorn Sheep Festival Promises Fall Fun

Few animals evoke Colorado’s rugged and unforgiving mountains like the Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep. Yet the vertical terrain that keeps sheep safe from predators also limits opportunities for Coloradans to view and appreciate Colorado’s state animal. 

A happy exception for wildlife watchers is Georgetown, where the Town of Georgetown, the Georgetown Trust and Gateway Visitor Center, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) are finalizing preparations for the 8th Annual Georgetown Bighorn Sheep Festival.  The festival is timed to coincide with

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Fun Ideas For Halloween

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Fall is in the air. If the wind doesn’t strip the trees of their colorful leaves, clumps of rust, gold, green, and brown will continue to dot the landscape. Fall brings to mind Halloween and other holidays. Decorations of witches, ghosts, cats, and goblins appear in yards and porches in October. They wait to

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Dixieland Jazz Festivals

Roads Traveled with Linda L. Osmundson

At the time my husband retired from a position that required weekly travel, understandably, he wanted to stay home rather than hit the road again. However, that eventually changed. Now he wants to attend Dixieland Jazz festivals and go on a cruise once a year.

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May Peace Prevail On Earth

Roads Traveled with Linda L. Osmundson

Every morning whether I need to get up or not, my eyes pop open at 7 a.m. This morning I discovered light rain still clouds the air one week from when the rain started. Like many others I pray for all those devastated by the Colorado floods and those in Lyons surrounded by impassable roads and flooding waters.

Lyons deserves a peace pole. The Youth Art Peace Pole Project aims to create fifty poles in fifty states by the September 21, 2014 International Day of Peace.

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