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... home with sleeping kids just after 11pm Mountain Time, 25 hours after we began at the HIX.
I was a little worried that with all this sleeping in planes and in the car combined with westbound jet lag, the kids wouldn't sleep through the night, but they did - right on up to 7am (D) and beyond (C).
It was more successful than I dared hope. And in hindsight, in spite of MEMEs and chocolate overload, a really, really fun trip.
... Nice lunch and browse. Off to have dinner with M&S at Glenda’s (Sandra’s sister) should be fun. Then Boston in the morning.
Lovely night with M&S and Glenda and John, lots of laughs with John and Kel pulling out all the very very old jokes.
Up early for the flight to Boston and no water in our hotel, not good oh well can’t have everything I ...
... Robin Hood. A new one. So after two weeks which seemed to drag out a bit we eventually got back to Denver and had a day pottering about greeting a 60 foot blue bear and joining the 'mile high club' by standing on a step 1 mile above sea level (don't think Denver tourism have grasped the usual concept there). My favourite thing about Denver is definitely the jazzy music at the airport, so welcoming. Biggest disappointment was not seeing a ...
... to back down or be held back because I miss my friends.
Once we see each other again, we will be different. I just hope that we won’t be unrecognizable, or end up changing for the worst. That would cause me much more pain and the thing that worries me the most. I try to think that departing and going on this journey in this next chapter of my life and the lives of those around me will change for the better. If they ...
... topic with many challenging the policy.
One of the Presidents of Denver was a Klu Klux Klan member we were told during our Capitol tour but he didn't last long.
However our tour guide/driver that took us into the foothills. He was the same age as me and clearly remembered the same cowboy movies made at the time. You can see plenty of 70+ year old people still working here. Apparently this is where the cowboys lived - not on ...