Crossland Economy Studios - Denver - Lakewood West
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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When we left Mountain Home Idaho we knew we would be taking some scenic legs of this trip. We have driven many times from Denver to Vancouver so we didn't want to go the usual and fastest way. So after checking the maps decided on an interesting route, we started out. Beautiful and sunny but not to hot unless you were on the side where the sun came in to bake the arm and side of the face! I kept turning on the a/c and finally hung a towel up to block some of ...
... early-morning walk today, so off I went. The smaller lines in this photo show some of the miles of open-space trails that loop through and around Tom and Christi's neighborhood. They live in the Ken-Caryl Ranch area of SW Denver.
The name Ken-Caryl shows up on street signs, shopping centers, schools, and many other places. Curious about it, I discovered that John Charles Shaffer of Chicago, owner of the Rocky Mountain News and ...
Saturday today so no school for Sydney and no work for Kristen or Brian (except counting his money). We went off to the mall and got to the Disney store just before it opened. So we got to help call Tinkerbell to open the store! We did some shopping and then off to brunch. Sydney and Kristen wentt off to a birthday party while Brian, Dad, and I went to a street ...
We were woken up early because it was Christmas morning. I went upstairs and saw what I had in my stocking. I got some lip balm, a scarf, a Starbucks card and some chocolates. Then after breakfast we went to open our other gifts, I got a magazine subscription, a hair straightener, a pandora bead and an iTunes voucher. Then I went on a walk with Mum ...
... We retraced our drive back towards the highway and pulled off at one of the many open space parks along the creek, Lair o the Bear. We walked a few of the trails, intended to stay in the shade along the creek, but part of that path was closed due to recent flooding. So, we took the trail up the bluff. It wasn't a strenuous hike but it felt great to be outside and stretch our legs.