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... are making a light rail line from downtown Denver out to the airport. So it was hard to find where to go, but eventually found American Airline's counter. Today is the only time I fly American Airlines, all the rest are with United Airlines. Sue had booked me in on-line so, so unknown to me, I had priority boarding. Didn't even have to take my shoes off. I thought Denver airport was large till I got ...
... sooner rather than later! This morning (after the sand removal) we drove the unpaved roads of Dinosaur NM. These are roads that require a high clearance vehicle and can be impassable when wet. Since there was some rain last night, it was a small gamble, but it wasn't too bad. We saw some amazing canyon & mountain views and not a lot of people! It was a great drive. There were a few parts that were a little nerve-wracking, but Grant ...
... up, which it has :) That means I can relax a bit and Sleep better in the next shift.
Glad my bag has turned up as there were a few things in there that wouldn't be easily replaced. I did have all my valuables and importants on me.
Gonna sign off for now and try and get a bit more sleep. Apologies of the quality of this post but I'm not sure my head is screwed on right yet.
... the snow. It was certainly cold and we quickly clambered aboard our warm train again.
But maybe the best of all was the descent into Denver at the end of the first leg of our journey. We were in the dining car having an early dinner with Paul when the mountains suddenly parted and we saw this huge plain thousands of feet below us. And in the middle of the plain we could see the high rise buildings in downtown Denver, still miles away. It was just like looking ...
... mountains and downtown Denver.
Next we drove to Evergreen, CO, a cute little town I had been to previously with Lysa. It had a jewelry store, Marmalade, that I loved the first time around and it didn't disappoint this time either. Here, Andy bought my birthday present, a beautiful amber ring. After that big purchase, he treated himself to a homemade chocolate glazed doughnut. ...