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... It was really cold but we saw some squirrels. We came back had some leftovers for lunch and drove to the lake to do some ice fishing. We walked out on the ice, being careful not to slip. Then we sat on a bucket while Chris or Dad drilled holes in the ice in front of us. We set up our rods and fished. Every child was able to catch at least one ...
... We retraced our drive back towards the highway and pulled off at one of the many open space parks along the creek, Lair o the Bear. We walked a few of the trails, intended to stay in the shade along the creek, but part of that path was closed due to recent flooding. So, we took the trail up the bluff. It wasn't a strenuous hike but it felt great to be outside and stretch our legs.
... good company. It was a blasty blast. We also decided to bail on our scheduled trip to Vail this morning because it is nice and warm here and there is probable rain coming our way.
These blog posts will get more interesting now that we aren't driving through the states that host america's best meth labs. Think the first episode of Breaking Bad and mix in a few sod farms. WOOF.
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... skyline with the snow-capped mountains behind across the expanse of City Park from the museum is also one of the city’s classic vistas.
Well, after the museum I thought we’d go for a ride for some variety. I took them west to Golden, and no, I didn’t take Deb and Pascal on the Coors Brewery tour for free samples at the end. We drove up the mountain road for the view of Denver from Lookout Mountain and a visit to Buffalo Bill’s ...
... and lots of people enjoying every part of them.
We did a large lap around the park as well as a second small lap around the large pond on the southern end. Naturally, we stopped for Karyn to take a bunch of pictures of the gardens throughout the park along the way, as well as a large family of ducks.