Comfort Suites Highlands Ranch Denver Tech Center Area
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The invitation and decision to go gave us about a month to plan. Plenty of time, but the itinerary needed to be set. It was about spending Thanksgiving in Denver with our son and his family. We're past the days of driving straight through from Sedona. It's over 800 miles and we have no need to rush. 'We' is me, Frankie, and our Yorkies, Madison and Murphy. We hit the road early on Monday heading north through Oak Creek Canyon, Flagstaff, and after refueling at Kayenta ...
... to Fortcollins. We were really excited when we saw some super cute squirrels in the trees when we stopped at a red light. We stopped at some outlet stores to buy some shoes then drove the rest of the way to Chris's house. We had chilli made by Chris for dinner and went to ...
... out there, but as my major accommodation has fallen through that is something that I need to sort out when I am there, exciting and nervous times. I’m looking forward to getting a nice crib and getting it all sorted for the times to come in Toronto!
Before I head off tomorrow we are rocking to a country bar for my last time for a while, but this time will be different, this time I have my newly brought country boots – pictures to come ...
... relaxed way of living--but we also realize that this doesn't easily translate to our Denver reality. Dogs need walking, laundry needs washing, dishes need cleaning, kids need feeding. Life marches on.
I continue to unpack from our travels. Yesterday, I found a seashell and some sand in the bottom of my suitcase, and a wave of nostalgia overcame me. It already seems a lifetime ago that we were in Costa Rica. It ...
... less homesick.
Now onto a subject that is less sobering, I would compare myself to the old man in the Pixar movie, Up. In the movie the old man, Carl, had always planned to go to a place called Paradise Falls, with his wife Ellie. But time passed by in his marriage and they never go on the trip. They get old together in the city, and one terrible day his wife dies. He then realizes that it is his quest to go to Paradise Falls and accomplish ...