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Wednesday, June 13, 2012

I'm the worst travel blogger ever...

...but I don't care.

It was soo nice being able to enjoy a trip and not worry about writing about it. I didn't bring my laptop. Heck, I didn't even check my email or Facebook for the 10 days I was gone. It was AWESOME. (and I don't use all caps words too often so you know I really mean it)

But, if you are interested in at least seeing some of the places I visited, check these highlights out:
Rocky Mountain National Park -

Delicate Arch Hike -

Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde -

Great Sand Dunes National Park -

I do want to share some of the stuff I did so I'll do that too....eventually.


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