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... I'm not doing that again. I finish off the plate and order another beer. That last one helped extinguish the fire. I order more food as these are only small plates and I was hungry. As I start to feel the effects of the beer I decide to leave. I still need to get my car back to Dexter's apartment, and I could too easily settle in here. Dexter mentioned that the place gets busy later so I promise to return. I get my car and make my way to the ...
So I have just spent an interesting 5 days in Colorado with 2 hosts, one in the lovely town of Boulder and the second in the heart of Denver. I really enjoyed the area and it has a great mix of interesting things to do both inside and outside the city.
I arrived into Denver airport still really tired from Vegas and made my way to Boulder. There I met my host who took me to his lovely home in his excessively large pick up truck where I ...
Today Linda, Sabina, Manuel, Chuckie and I drove to check out Boulder, Co. It is about 20 miles from Golden, Co, where we are staying. The drive to Boulder, hwy 93, is lovely. It is mostly open land with small ranches here and there. There are some home developments but not many at this time. Entering Boulder, you can see the Flatirons, mountain sides ...
... the cute town. We accomplished our goal, and found an adorable breakfast place with some fun feature coffees and the "best breakfast burrito ever" according to Brendan. After poking into way too many stores and stopping to take a ton of pictures, we discovered a hot air balloon launch site in nearby Fraser. Remembering our gift from Karyn's parents for our engagement, we were so ecxited to have an excuse to come back!
... group got to tour INSTAAR (Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research) and meet with Dr. John White who is the director of this facility. He's a very dynamic speaker and I'm pretty sure I've seen him interviewed on CNN or something similar. The second part of the trip was to tour NOAA. Their security is about as tight as Redstone Arsenal. Not sure what's going on there that has them so uptight. We got to actually see the analysis in progress ...