Crossland Economy Studios - Denver - Thornton
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... had to
meet at 7:30 a.m. in the lobby for breakfast and it was amazing. From first
hand looks, you will never catch the counselors slip up. So they actually had a
chef who’d prepare your food and they had a menu where you’d pick anything you
want from it and they would make it for you. Additionally, they’d also had
other options preferably if what was introduced to you, didn’t meet your needs:
such as oatmeal, grits, cereal, bagels, etc. ...
... is not making this flight." We all grab our carry-on - there is a young couple with a little boy and two very tiny twins, so Jeff and I help them with their stuff - and off we troop. Good grief - you would think we had been cast away on the seas. Some folks are definitely not 'go-with-the-flow' sorts. Southwest is going to try to find another plane for us. They make it sound like they just need to go to the "spare airplane" closet and dust one off. ...
... It was really cold but we saw some squirrels. We came back had some leftovers for lunch and drove to the lake to do some ice fishing. We walked out on the ice, being careful not to slip. Then we sat on a bucket while Chris or Dad drilled holes in the ice in front of us. We set up our rods and fished. Every child was able to catch at least one ...
I awoke this morning to be at the Subaru Dealer by 9. Got the oil changed and learned that the low tire pressure was due to the fact that we had somehow gotten another nail in the tire. Returned home where Andy and I both agreed we didn't want to do anything today that required any time in the car. So, we did laundry, enjoyed sitting outside in the sun with the dogs. I read through some food ...
... couple years with friends when the weather was nice and we wanted to try a different form of workout than the gym. Red Rocks is part of a public park and the amphitheater is fully open to public use when there are no events taking place. On nice weekend mornings there will be hundreds of people using it for exercise, some large groups part of organized boot camps and Crossfit type programs, but hundreds of others doing the activities individually. I found it to be a lot of ...