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Friday, April 6, 2012

From Kansas to Pike's Peak!

A fourteen-hour drive yesterday brought me to Colorado. I'm staying with friends in sight of Pike's Peak. I love the smell of mountain air!

These first two picture were taken on the highway in Kansas
Then I drove into Colorado and glimpsed the mountains in the distance. It is unbelievable how flat everything was up until I reached the mountains. Check out the picture below that I took of Pike's Peak from the deck:
If you live in the Colorado Springs area, meet me at 4 o'clock for a book signing at Barnes & Noble (Citadel location).


need2read said...

Hi, Mr. Appleton. I have just "Tagged" you in a game of blogger tag. To participate, please visit my blog to see the rules. It's fun!

Thank you for coming to B&N in Albany. I haven't started you book yet because I'm in the middle of LOTR, but I will read it as soon as I can. It looks so good!

need2read said...

Sorry, I forgot to put the questions for you to answer on my blog. I'm writing them now :)

Scott Appleton said...

I have seen the Tagging games in the blogosphere but I don't have time to participate. I'm sure you can understand especially while I am on this extensive book tour. Enjoy Swords Of The Six!

Robert Treskillard said...

Cool pics, Scott! It'll be fun to hear about your mountain state adventures.


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