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March, 2007 - Issue #70
Bob and Camille, closing the plant and fixin' to Move to Denton, Texas after logging in another 1282 air miles.
11 YEARS AGO - LOVELAND, COLORADO 1996
Bob and Camille contemplate their future from the garage they used as a hay barn shortly before embarking on their Hero's Journey.
LAST DAYS OF THE BERTHOUD BIO BOYS
Steve and Rob as we run through the action item list March 15, Steve was driving the list this day - we all took turns driving the three month project.
Camille joins the crew for a farewell meal of salad, bread and lasagna March 16.
KATE AND MOLLY
These two have been friends since they were about 3 years old. We found them swinging in the park and took them out for dinner on March 17.
A RAINY DAY OUTING
On March 24, we met Emily and her friend Amber, Amy and her friends Mary Jo and Meagan and had ourselves an outing to a museum and lunch. Amy and Meagan stand beside Amy's new car.
As explained by Emily, Amy, Mary Jo and Meagan are three facets of the same person with a triple sense of humor.
On the way home, Bob snapped this picture of the storm drifting away.
TOAST OF THE TOWN
Shirley treated us to a fabulous lunch in the famed Palettes Restaurant at the Denver Art Museum after A Taste of Big City Culture and A Romp Through the Art Museum March 25.
Camille spotted something in the grass during one of her walks down by the river.
Which turned out to be a carcass.
Specifically, a cow elk carcass that had been buried in the snow.
MYSTERY OF THE REMAINS
A mystery remains regarding how this animal died. What makes the evidence confusing is that the hindquarters and the hide were missing, but not the ivory teeth. [Click on the photo to the left to see a detail of the ivory.] Ordinarily, hunters will remove the hide, ivory, tenderloins and hindquarters before tossing the rest. If this had been the work of coyotes, they would have dragged off the hindquarters and left the skeleton resting on the hide.
YEP, YOU HEARD RIGHT
We're moving to this little cottage next month. For more details, check out Texas, Here We Come!
THIS MONTH'S QUOTES:
"I want to stand as close to the edge as I can without going over. Out on the edge you see all the kinds of things you can't see from the center." - Kurt Vonnegut
"Take time to deliberate, but when the time for action has arrived, stop thinking and go in." - Napoleon Bonaparte
"A rolling stone gathers no moss." - Publilius Syrus
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