Canyons of the Front Range

I was riding with Margie today, and we were arguing about the canyons along the front range, so I thought I'd document them here as I haven't done this before for whatever reason.

1) Clear Creek Canyon. Clear Creek Canyon begins in Golden at the intersection of U.S. Highway 6, Colorado State Highway 58, and Colorado State Highway 93. Clear Creek Drainage Basin.

2) Golden Gate Canyon. Just north of Clear Creek Canyon is Golden Gate Canyon. Golden Gate Canyon Road, (Jefferson County Road 70), goes west from Colorado State Highway 93 to Golden Gate Canyon State park, and continues on to State Highway 119. At the Gilpin County line, the road changes from Jefferson County Road 70 to Colorado State Highway 46.

3) Coal Creek Canyon. The next canyon north of Golden Gate Canyon is Coal Creek Canyon. Coal Creek Canyon (Colorado State Highway 72) connects Colorado State Highway 93 to Colorado State Highway 119.

4) Boulder Canyon. The next canyon north of Coal Creek Canyon is Boulder Canyon. Boulder Canyon (Colorado State Highway 119) connects Nederland to Boulder.


Posted by Rob Kiser on April 16, 2019 at 8:05 PM : Comments (0) | Permalink

Forced-labor Reports Spur Raid in Lyons, Colorado

I met this guy today when I was riding through the Evergreen area on Highway 74. He was stopped and somewhat disoriented - from out of state - Ohio I think. So, we rode together for a bit. He wanted to go up the Peak to Peak Highway (SH 119) and to Lyons, so we rode up this way. We stopped in Nederland for lunch, but this ugly-faced woman started screaming at me for riding the wrong way down a 1-way street in Nederland. I told her "If I had a face like yours, I think I'd probably shut my fat mouth".

Then, we left and rode up to Lyons. In Lyons, I was trying to explain to him that, they were using slave labor to harvest sandstone from a sandstone quarry in Lyons fairly in the year 2000 or so. So, when I got home I thought I'd look it up and see if I could verify my recollections.

I was able to find this one article on the story. Basically, they had some illegal immigrants up there, that were being forced to work for free, which is the definition of slavery, last time I checked. Pretty crazy.

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Posted by Rob Kiser on April 16, 2019 at 2:57 AM : Comments (0) | Permalink

I think Spying Did Occur - Attorney General William Barr


Posted by Rob Kiser on April 10, 2019 at 8:20 PM : Comments (1) | Permalink

Stephen Miller

Stephen Miller is an American far-right political activist who serves as a senior advisor for policy for President Donald Trump. He was previously the communications director for then-Senator Jeff Sessions. The libtards are terrified of Stephen Miller.


Posted by Rob Kiser on April 10, 2019 at 8:01 PM : Comments (0) | Permalink

New Attorney General William Barr is a rock star

So, we have a new Attorney named General William Barr. This guy is a rock star. He's going to tear the Libtards a new a-hole, and they're painfully aware of this fact.

William Barr is essentially replacing Jeff Sessions at Attorney General (Matthew Whitaker served briefly for about 4-5 months).

The LIBTARDS are losing their minds.

I watched this 3:45 minute video on a loop all afternoon.


Posted by Rob Kiser on April 10, 2019 at 7:46 PM : Comments (1) | Permalink

PeenieWallie Lives!

Well, we finally got Peenie Wallie up and running again.

What happened was that, for some reason, two of my computers TCP/IP cards failed, essentially, simultaneously. My guess is some sort of power surge came in through the ethernet cable. In any event, blew out my TCP/IP cards on a pc downstairs, and my laptop upstairs.

So, I ordered some USB-TCP/IP adapters on Amazon. And, when they came in, I hooked them up to the computers, and got my computers working again. So, all of my PC's were connected, and I could surf the internet, yay.

But, what I failed to grasp was that it changed the IP address of these computers, and the one upstairs now had a new IP address, but I didn't update the port forwarding in the router to route incoming requests to the Peenie Wallie server (upstairs laptop) to use the new IP address.

So, Robert came up and helped me get it all sorted out and, for now, at least, Peenie Wallie lives. :)


Posted by Rob Kiser on April 8, 2019 at 8:31 PM : Comments (0) | Permalink