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... near Pike's Peak, but ended up in Golden. There were two main things we did in Golden. One was visit the Buffalo Bill Gravestone. He was buried on top of lookout mountain. The mountain is a good 15 minute drive up windy roads. At the top of the mountain is a lookout that has excellent views of Golden and even Denver in the distance. It was good to come here. ...
... and Karen had both recommended Buffalo Rose for buffalo burgers. We decided to try it. We walked in to Buffalo Rose and much to our surprise it was kind of a dive bar. We put our trust in Shirley and Karen's recommendation and sat down. Well, we both agreed that we had the best buffalo burger we have ever had. YUM!
We then went back to the RV park and saw Nola and Stuart. We all shared our experiences of the day.
... within the city park system. There are public walk and bike paths that also run right next to our campsite adjacent to the creek. So we have lots of people traffic going by all day. We didn't do much other than get settled in and took some time to wind down. It has been a hectic couple of days. In the evening we did take a walk along the creek. Sat outside to enjoy the creek and people watch, until the bugs got to us (ha,ha). There are huge, huge mosquito's ...
... relaxed way of living--but we also realize that this doesn't easily translate to our Denver reality. Dogs need walking, laundry needs washing, dishes need cleaning, kids need feeding. Life marches on.
I continue to unpack from our travels. Yesterday, I found a seashell and some sand in the bottom of my suitcase, and a wave of nostalgia overcame me. It already seems a lifetime ago that we were in Costa Rica. It ...
... the Rocky Mt National Park going up and over the continental divide to Estes Park. Unfortunately the park service had just closed the road that morning due to snow and ice. They would only let us go as far as Milner's Pass. I decided we would at least go that far and then turn around and backtrack. When we got back to Grand Lake, we worked our way to Golden via Winter Park and I70. Six hours and 220 miles later, we were in Golden. We saw antelope, elk and beautiful scenery ...
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