Crossland Economy Studios - Denver - Airport - Aurora
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Leaving Utah was cool because we got to drive through the amazing mountains of Eastern Utah by Arches State Park (I think that is the name). The mountains and geological features were AMAZING. The same was true of the mountains of Colorado though they were morphologically different ...
We have been researching what to do about phone service while out of the country. Finally settled on an unlocked iPhone 5 which can handle SIM cards purchased in individual countries. Tim can keep his phone number (303-241-5515) with pre-paid service from Verizon. Purchased some four-country Eurail passes which may be used ...
... it looks kind of like the tubes you float in when your in a pool except it is covered at the bottom) and give it to a guy that hooks it into this thing that pulls you up a the hill, kind of like a ski lift. When you get to the top you have to quickly unload and choose which hill you want to slide down. It slides down really fast and it was so fun, you could go down by yourself or there were double tubes where two people could go ...
... 16 miles back to luckily find it still there. More pirates, army, piano with Taylor (She has the Fur Elise intro memorized after ~20 minutes...The next Mozart I tell you), and whipping up some tasty jams on guitar with Dylan.
I joined Rick and Gina's crew for church in Littleton and headed back for a bike ride up near Daniel's Park. After cruising around the downhill rollers for a mile or so through the ravine, we found ourselves headed due south ...
... the television - something I haven't done in ages.
We walked a lot - it snowed like mad on the second day. We visited the Science & History museum and saw an amazing planetarium show about super-volcanoes (much bigger than the ones in Hawaii) and then a really beautiful Imax 3D film about the flight of the Monarch butterflies and I can never resist reaching out ...