Our whirlwind Rocky Mountain High Tour continues through Colorado… In rural Fremont County Colorado (elevation 8,500 ft.) we stopped at the East Creek Grade Restaurant where many people were “packing,” a sign read Parking for Republicans Only and a sign in the front window said: Abortion Kills… Then in Westcliff, I stumped with some guys leaving a prayer breakfast at the bowling alley. I said, in essence, that a lot of our platform embodied the gospel message. They said they’d be interested in that… In Westcliff my son Jonathan and I also attended a pro-life biker rally put on by the Lighthouse Pregnancy Resource Center here. And earlier in the morning, we stopped by the Silver Cliff Colorado Mining Days festivities. This is an annual celebration of gold and silver mining in the area. Ironically, the day before attending the festival, there was an Associated Press article out of Yargalma, Nigeria. It seems some 160 villagers here (at last count) had died from “lead unearthed by villagers digging for gold.” Many of the dead were children. The soaring of gold prices in recent years has sent poor herdsmen into the bush to search for it. But at what cost, huh?