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... the whole drive he was working. A very nice drive. Now there were canyons with a lot of trees, a beautiful autumncolored. Check in in our hotel. Quick shower and off to Denver for dinner with my dear friends Lane and Katrina from Flagstaff. Thanks both, it was great to have some time with you. Then we went to the show, after picking up Isaac who stayed in the hotel to work till we went to the show. Poor guy, missed a nice dinner ...
Well, our superb holiday in western U.S. is nearly over as we're at the gate at Denver airport. Our last day was mostly at Denver Botanical Gardens which was interesting - a huge set of gardens, very popular and highly rated - but we found some of it quite comical as the plants were all in such poor condition and badly laid out. We've had a truly wonderful time, seen many amazing sights and met some lovely people, including last night a guy called Doug McCool from ...
... to the gym for Pilates and Yoga classes. Sarah and Lucian were in town so I had a perfect day with Lucian at the museum of Nature and Science then we all went to McLaughlins for dinner. It was so good to see them. Lauren and Bob dropped by with a poinsettia and wreath to make the apartment look a little festive.
Allen's progress is slow. He has 3 herniated discs and at least one is pressing on a nerve to his leg. He has traction ...
... settle into our rooms and at a certain time frame,
we were all required to meet back in the lobby to head over to the waterpark.
This was the plan and once we’ve reached the waterpark, I saw a huge bucket of
water come down hardcore and it splashed everyone. But that was the fun of it
because everyone was planning on getting wet anyway. Personally, I was not a
fan of pools just because of anxiety reasons. However, just looking at the
Evan then took us to a cool viewpoint accessible by a short hike—South Table Mountain. It had cooled off by the time we got there, and clouds were starting to make their way in. On our way hiking up we saw several people coming down the trail at once—they warned of a rattlesnake that had been on the trail! We started to turn around and find a different trail to get us to the top, but someone mentioned that ...