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The Most Complex Trip Imaginable

The Most Complex Trip Imaginable We are just back from two weeks away, the first week in Boulder and Denver Colorado, the second mostly in Riverside, California. In the envisaging stage, each week appeared daunting and the ensemble looked beyond … Continue reading

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