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GMackey32

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My wife has never really been into outdoorsy type stuff. Over the 4th, we went out to the Badlands, Devils Tower, and Custer State Park to do some sight-seeing and a little bit of hiking. She loved the hiking so much that she bought a pair of hiking boots and is pestering me on when we can go to Yellowstone, Zion, Yosemite, etc.
 

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My wife has never really been into outdoorsy type stuff. Over the 4th, we went out to the Badlands, Devils Tower, and Custer State Park to do some sight-seeing and a little bit of hiking. She loved the hiking so much that she bought a pair of hiking boots and is pestering me on when we can go to Yellowstone, Zion, Yosemite, etc.
Throw in Red Rock, I was out there in January just before everything went crazy, that place never gets old.
 

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We moved to Colorado Springs in 2019. I wasn't really enjoying my job out here, but it was a job. About a month ago I got a call from my previous employer in Iowa. They upgraded their tech so everyone could work from home during covid, and wondered if I wanted to come back and work remotely. Hell yes.

So, get to stay in Colorado, but go back to a job I loved. And btw, if you want an insurance quote, hmu!
 
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My son finally passed his constipation from eating too much cheese over the weekend. Hallelujah!

As a parent, positivities take many small forms.
This reminds me of years ago when a friend of mine called because her daughter said her first complete sentence. She was constipated and said "Mom, I gotta go poop bad"
 

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Our company just had it's biggest sales year compared to the past four and I got the biggest bonus I've ever gotten!! During the pandemic we had awesome sales months and it is continuing!

You either sell something with home improvement, hand sanitizer or toilet paper.
 

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Throw in Red Rock, I was out there in January just before everything went crazy, that place never gets old.
We want to do 3 trips over the next couple of years. 1. Arizona and Utah parks 2. California parks 3. Yellowstone. Trying to squeeze Rocky Mountain National Park in here somewhere but we might just save that for when we want to visit friends in Denver and just piggy back off of that.
 
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For the past decade I had kind of resigned myself to the fact that I may never get married or have kids. At 40 years old in August 2018, I was married, and we had our first child in March 2020. We were just out of the hospital, as Covid was heating up. Thank God for that.
 

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We want to do 3 trips over the next couple of years. 1. Arizona and Utah parks 2. California parks 3. Yellowstone. Trying to squeeze Rocky Mountain National Park in here somewhere but we might just save that for when we want to visit friends in Denver and just piggy back off of that.
When you go to Yellowstone, I recommend staying at Headwaters at Flagg Ranch. It was recommended to me by another CF member. It has a hotel, cabins and campsites. When we went, we stayed in the camper cabins. It is located in a great location between Yellowstone and Grand Tetons. If you are efficient with your time, you could also get in a visit to Rocky Mountain Nat'l Park or one of the Utah Parks in a week long trip.
 
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Well, someone is making making money in the Ag sector then. It definitely isn't anyone producing the commodities.
We've seen a larger increase in our international sales than in domestic. We were able to get into the cannibis and hemp industries in North America at an early stage and that has helped out a lot.
 
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