Our first Saturday here we went to the farmer's market in Aspen. It was about 6 or 7 city blocks long of produce, baked goods and crafts. Right next to it was an Art Fair but that is not held every Saturday.
On Sundays a similar but smaller farmer's market is held in Basalt.
|Aspen Colorado Farmer's Market|
|This Airstream is full of art, mostly sculpture, for sale|
|Inside the Airstream|
|Roy and Lee Goetring, photographers, were exhibiting at the Art Fair.|
They were also our neighbors at the RV park.
|Look at these colorful refinished bicycles|
|Priced from about $650 to $1995|
On Sunday afternoon we took the gondola to the top of Ajax mountain for a horn concert. At that place I felt, for the first time, that I was doing what I set out to do, that this was the enjoyment I had been seeking, that I was in love with Debbie and the world, that everything was good. I am so thankful for everything.
|A family has its' picture snapped with the symbol of the Olympics which started that day.|
|There is a deep valley between the foreground and the mountain in the back|
|People gathered here to listen to the concert.|
|Debbie and I were so happy to be on this peak physically and emotionally.|
And here are some statistics up to now:
Odometer: 91538 miles
This trip: 3040 miles
Fuel used: 232.6 gallons
Average MPG: 13.1
I know I am falling behind on our travelogue. Where does the time go?
Love you all,