Quality Inn Tech Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Departing Borger, I called ATC and requested Flight Following back to Centennial Airport. To the northwest, and just west of our route, I could see some storms building. Cumulus clouds with some vertical development seemed to top out around 15-20k'. Too high for us to climb over. So we picked 8500' MSL as our cruising altitude figuring it would take us all the way back home without the need to climb again over Monument and Palmer Divide south of ...
Hello from our (newest) home away from home--The Marriot Townsuites. We're doing well. Our days here are going SO fast. We are in Denver for this week, then we head to the mountains for a week. On Sunday, July 13th we'll start our northern trek (Past Mount Rushmore, Badlands, Dakotas, etc) towards Pennsylvania, then Virginia, and ultimately Georgia by the end of July! The ...
... was when were were collected from the airport to take us to our hotel, the driver got lost! Yep it has been one hell of a day, but that's the 'joys' of traveling. You have to take the good with the bad!
Speaking of bad, we've just found out that the storm cell is due to hit Denver tomorrow! Might make for another interesting day....stay tuned.
Brighter note...pot is now legalized here in Colorado. Guess what's on the shopping list tomorrow??!!
... this is the part of train travel that is very similar to air travel. When they want you up and awake, they are adamant. Loud announcements and other noises at 6:30 AM. Just when you think this is a private hotel room on rails, you are quickly reminded that you are on a schedule and at the mercy of the same. It still beats the no legroom, rude attendants, security headaches, and hidden charges of flying. We spent the night at The Palmer House Hilton before flying home on ...
Being at home is immensely underrated.
As kids grow up, they can't wait to leave home.
I remember having that feeling once or twice - but I think I thought it would feel a lot more like freedom and a lot less like emptiness.
Now, when I go home, it never feels like it's for long enough. I wrestle with my time-management all summer because I feel that any second I'm not with my family is time wasted (even if it's to visit someone else). ...