With a day of hikes and drives ahead we decided a full sit-down breakfast was in order to tide us over. The Buff restaurant in downtown Boulder is
Another breakfast, fortunately there is Torchy’s Tacos! Now we just need espresso; well there is a place called Hot Chick A Latte Coffee House .
A clear sunny day welcomed us in the morning so we decided to drive over to the beautiful Eldorado Canyon State Park. Fantastic twisty roads
A Mexican breakfast then a hike through a park that apparently has mountain lions! Fort Collins followed via a series of twisty mountain roads.
Following are parts remaining from the restoration of my 2 Liter 1968 Fiat Dino Spider.
Each year, the Alfa Romeo Owners club – USA (AROC-USA) hosts a convention at a different location across the USA. This year, from June 12-19 2016, the chosen location is Nashville, Tennessee.
With springs arrival it is now time to leave the heat of Texas and drive back to the North East.
Austin Tx to Alexandria, LA / 362 miles East Texas is very different from where I spent much of my time driving the last few months; western Texas and the famed Hill Country.
Day two: Alexandria LA to Houston, MS via Natchez Trace Parkway / 311 milesDawn never seemed to occur since a huge storm rolled into Alexandria Louisiana just as I was about to set off.
Houston, MS to Cookeville, TN via Natchez Trace Parkway & I40 / 305 mileHeading north again on the Natchez Trace parkway for the second day I stopped in Tupelo MS for coffee. Another historic downtown with lots of vacant storefronts.