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Pikes Peak is ma mountain!
I just watched Killian Jornet run up and down it in 3 and a half hours yesterday!
Also. They sell the most delicious donuts up there on that 4200 meter peak.
 
We sell all kinds of other stuff in our Etsy store!

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Heck yea! I still do.
I can leave my trailer and make it to the peak only touching pavement once, crossing 21st into Bear Creak Regional.
I have it's topography contour lines tattooed on me.
Cheyenne canyon is the best too.
Why ever would ya move from here to GA?
 
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Heck yea! I still do.
I can leave my trailer and make it to the peak only touching pavement once, crossing 21st into Bear Creak Regional.
I have it's topography contour lines tattooed on me.
Cheyenne canyon is the best too.
Why ever would ya move from here to GA?
My dumbass fell in love and left there for SC 10 years ago. Then when it fell apart, I just got stuck back down south.
 

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Ah. Funny how that happens. Coincidentally, i too fell in love w a gal from SC and moved there. In me mid 20s.
Spent a year in Charleston. The grits were good. Could never understand boiling a peanut. Shell and all.
Now I only go east when fulfilling filial duties.
 
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Ah. Funny how that happens. Coincidentally, i to fell in love w a gal from SC and moved there too. In me mid 20s.
Spent a year in Charleston. The grits were good. Could never understand boiling a peanut. Shell and all.
Now I only go east when fulfilling filial duties.
I moved to Greenville SC which wasn't bad. But its nothing like my Colorado Springs.

I had an adventure off the Arkansas River deep in the mountains that still gives me chills to remember.
 

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Did you get a palmetto tree tattooed on your ankle? 😂
When I lived there I got a job cheffing at Gilligans (which they have in greenville).
I once cooked Darius Rucker, aka Hootie, fried shrimp. No big deal.

Ooh, I have a lil sea eagle i used to take out on the Arkansas. So much good stuff around here. Think Im climbin' Mnt Massive this thurs.ever been to Valley View? Best hot springs ever!
 

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Also. We have weed, crack heads, and a culinary scene now!
 
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Did you get a palmetto tree tattooed on your ankle? 😂
When I lived there I got a job cheffing at Gilligans (which they have in greenville).
I once cooked Darius Rucker, aka Hootie, fried shrimp. No big deal.

Ooh, I have a lil sea eagle i used to take out on the Arkansas. So much good stuff around here. Think Im climbin' Mnt Massive this thurs.ever been to Valley View? Best hot springs ever!
No but I so want to go. No tats...lol
 

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Ya need to. If youre a hot springs person put Strawberry up in Steamboat on your list. Beautiful.

I can also say the Sand Dunes is unequivocally the most fun place to eat mushrooms.
 

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Holler if ya do! My place is like summer camp for dirty stoner nature lovers.
 

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I saw Pikes Peak last January. I had a nice view of it while stoned on gummies and chillin at Coral Reef hot springs east of Cañon City. Such a great State Colorado is. The elevation causes me a little distress and there's no ocean, but other than that, I love it.
 
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I saw Pikes Peak last January. I had a nice view of it while stoned on gummies and chillin at Coral Reef hot springs east of Cañon City. Such a great State Colorado is. The elevation causes me a little distress and there's no ocean, but other than that, I love it.


I do too. 😓
 

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I saw Pikes Peak last January. I had a nice view of it while stoned on gummies and chillin at Coral Reef hot springs east of Cañon City. Such a great State Colorado is. The elevation causes me a little distress and there's no ocean, but other than that, I love it.
The distance from the ocean is huge for me as well. I feel a connection to the sea like I do to the mountains. Its a necessity for me.

That being said, when I start to go crazy to see the sea, Spirit does a round trip from Den to San Diego for $140 that scratches that itch.
 

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