The workshop in Boulder went quite well. There were only a few people who joined me, yet they were quite advanced in their skill level in juggling.
Warren Hammond http://www.wix.com/jugglegod/warrendesign2
Bekah Smith www.bekahjuggling.com
are each excellent jugglers, They both told me they gained much from the workshop. Next it was south to Salida, Colorado for a workshop I was able to set up at a circus school for tomorrow night.
On the map, the road from Boulder to Salida, Colorado looked somewhat barren and boring, yet, what a fantastic drive. Mountains, forests, streams, small quant villages. Reminded me of Southern Germany. I love to drink fresh clean water from mountain springs. This is something I have not been able to do in years because of where I live. The taste of the water was so refreshing.
Going forward on the road, off to the right I saw a dirt road that had a sign saying, “National Forest”. After driving some ways into the superb setting I parked under trees and saw no humans for the whole time I was there– no connection with my phone, my radio could not connect to any stations, no people anywhere. I am enjoying my solitude (wish “you” were here, though.) For that time I was hiking, reading and resting–how pleasant.
Drove up on a mountain and found a nice location to park and sleep. Seeing the sun rise was a great experience.
I stopped by Walmart to see what type of laptop computers they have. There is an “Acer” 10 inch laptop that would travel well (of course, from now on I will be extra careful if it is plugged in.) I think I will purchase one for my trip.
Now I in a library in Salida writing to you. You will more of my journey soon again.