Super 8 Denver Stapleton
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Had a great start to my time in Denver played golf at Park Hill course and shot a 90 then played again and shot an 89. This was before I even checked into the hotel. That evening went to a welcome milonga. Met up with my friend Gentlehart on friday, she showed me where she works we toured a factory and grilled out at her office. The rest of the …
Woohoo another 6 hour plus drive. On the plus side we have a couple of decent sounding stops and we have the luxury of sleeping in a bed opposed to a tent as had originally been the plan.
The campsite had a big tent at the back where they served all you can eat pancakes for $2.75 which is just ridiculous and an offer we couldn't refused. …
... I fell in love with as a child was called Vulcan, a story about a bald eagle. One of the ones I saw today was not fully mature and had a black head, but was definitely a bald eagle.
We are now descending into the Denver area. This also reminds me of driving into Guatemala City. We emerged from a tunnel and suddenly saw the sea of lights below, the plateau that is Denver, another mile high city.
... created by elephants, lawn statues are rusty, porcelain art is totally amateur...everything was yuk!
The state capitol is equally unimpressive - it's a round, plain building with overgrown, unpruned trees and weeds throughout the legislative grounds. Throughout the city, drugs abuse is rampant - dealers control the streets. We walked thru several groups of kids (all concealed by black hoodies) smoking, snorting and shooting up in a park adjoining City ...
... I thought I knew that IM training would be much different than marathon training, but now I really know. The volume and more importantly the intensity at which I was working increased immediately. I love running but, unless I'm doing a race, I don't pay too much attention to how fast I'm going. From the beginning of IM training I found myself doing more intervals, tempo work, sprints, and generally higher intensity workouts than I'd ever done before. This is all thanks to my ...