Pink countertops. Peach countertops. Yep, for so long I’ve heard comments about the color of my countertops. So, I finally decided to try out a paint kit, “Giani Countertop Paint Kit in Bombay Black“. It has good ratings on amazon, and I figured that for under $100, I would give it a try before replacing my infamous peach countertops.
I would have to say it was a little more tedious/time consuming, (you have to allow drying time between each “layer”), than I thought it would be, however, I’m very pleased with the results. I watched the videos before attempting the project which are really helpful.
Although the last time I saw this train I was riding a Harley and not the train, I will be back to ride the rails. There are no pictures and no words to describe the magnificence and majesty, the feelings of freedom and wonderful insignificance that just “being” in these beautiful mountains awakens. I fell in love with the rugged, rustic beauty of Colorado. Check out “Railroading The Rockies” for the ultimate rail journey.
September 6th, 2013 – The much anticipated “Wild West” ride begins. Left Texas to be greeted by a heat wave in South Dakota. Started out the day at Black Hills Harley-Davidson in Rapid City.
Kind of forgot the heat and the rain amidst the rugged beauty, or maybe, just maybe, it was the the hairpin curves in Custer State Park.
I go to South Dakota for ceremonies when I have the time. And when you learn what the Indian peoples have gone through to hold onto their culture and traditions… wow, it’s an amazing story.
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