Crossland Economy Studios - Denver - Cherry Creek
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... have purchased the ever safe travel bag and I have tackled the tough conversation with John about the dangers of wearing a blue fanny pack in Spain! Right now we are debating if we will actually make to Spain, or if we will have to use the travel insurance...let's just say that John and I will both relax a bit once we are on the international leg of our flight. Ian, we believe, is trying every trick in the book to delay or cancel our trip ...
... 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 lead before having Joe trickle in to complete the surprise! The visit was off to a strong start.
Karyn had to work most of the day Friday so we brought Jeanne to the Kessels for the day to join up with Fred & Co while Joe, David, and I went and played golf at my local favorite, Common Ground. Though the sun never broke out we had a nice day of golf. Post golf we headed over to Denver Beer Co and sampled a number of their ...
Even though I believe it has been about two days since I last posted an entry it feels quite a bit longer. In this entry I am focusing on what lead up to college and what I did to prepare myself. Not mental preparedness per say but more getting my stuff together, trying to figure out what on earth to bring, and separating from the familiar.
Going in-state always elicits an array of predictable as well as surprising ...