Element Denver Park Meadows
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- Arrived in Denver around 1pm
- Spent $15.33 on gas
- Only drove 82.3 miles until I found out I had a flat tire and had to call AAA, it took them an hour and i had to spend all my money I just earned from my Aunt.
- I paid $175
... thought I would come across, but it demonstrated how much
the world consist of. This trip was better than amazing. It was a journey in
which it inspired me in ways where was enthused in starting my own non-profit
organization. Everywhere we went, it was something new and different. Every
time we left a new city, I picked up new traditions, cultures, friends, etc.
This trip brought out the best in me and it actually gave me the opportunity to
branch out to ...
... the floor to go to sleep?" After trying, but not being able to get comfortable, he asked to get back in his car seat and had no trouble laying his head over and shutting down. And this on a flight with DirecTV! I was/am so proud of him, and I'm really hopeful that we got over a hump in terms of sleep resistance on airplanes.
Transferring two kids who were sleeping/sleepy off of the plane along with all of our gear was a tricky but nice logic ...
... 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 ...
... in the states, and quite possibly the world. Almost more impressive than the scenery, the host of accolades it has won, and the stars which have played there were the number of freaks running up and down the tiers and doing outdoor exercise classes. The altitude and sun had me out of breath after one run. From there we headed up to the nearest 14-er (one of the 56 or so 14000 feet+ mountain in Colorado) Mt. Evans. I can't even begin to describe the view. Look on facebook - the ...