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Day Trip: Georgetown & Idaho Springs, CO

What to do on a Monday?

I love my 3-day weekends, especially my Mondays. This is the day to take day trips because the crowds aren’t as big. 123 more words

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Assassin(s) And A Boat Station And Nora (Norah) And An Obstacle Course?

Last night I got more sleep than any day this week and I slept pretty deeply, and I had some very detailed dreams but I am only able to remember some parts of some of them because of how deeply I was sleeping and how I went back to sleep several times. 2,537 more words

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Sunday Sundae: Flesor's Candy Kitchen

Flesor’s Candy Kitchen. Let me repeat: CANDY. KITCHEN. Why oh why did it take me so long to visit?!?!

Established by Gus Flesor in 1901, temporarily closed in the late 1970s, and reopened by Gus’s granddaughters in 2004, I can only hope it lasts for at least 100 more years. 254 more words

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April 24, 1819: Where's the Soda, Jerk

Samuel Fahnestock was given a patent for the first soda fountain in 1819. Carbonated mineral water was all the rage at the time.  Joseph Priestley had created the first man-made carbonated water back in 1767, and Jacob Schweppes had developed a method of mass producing it, quickly leading to the production of different brands of soda and different flavors. 190 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

History #Trivia - April 16 to April 30 by Kaye Spencer


April 16, 1178 BCE: A solar eclipse ‘may’ have marked Odysseus’ return to his kingdom of Ithaca after his lengthy travels at end of Trojan War. 405 more words

Kaye's Ramblings

Build Your Own In-Fridge Soda Fountain

Who doesn’t love an ice cold soda? Lots of people, probably. This one’s not for them. It’s for those of us that are tired of having to go through the arduous process of manually opening a bottle and pouring a drink. 488 more words

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