Extended Stay America - Denver - Tech Center South - Greenwood Village
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... But we were home. Safe on the ground and ready to be in our own house, snuggling on the couch with Amelia who we missed dearly. 3500+ nm, 28 flight hours in 10 flights, over 2 weeks, with barely a single unexpected circumstance. What a trip! Would we do it again? Well, maybe not anytime real soon. But once our own plane is done.... you can bet your life we will!! Thanks for following along. We hope you enjoyed the narrative and photos. "153DS, over and ...
... should have too. In the 8th frame of game 2 I felt a big pain in my back. After all, it had been 20 years since I last did this. But we all had fun. Kim rolled the high game at 167. In the first game I struggled to beat my age. The second was more respectable but the injury had me stiff and aching for the next few days. After bowling we all went to Mellow Mushroom for pizza. Excellent! And that night we all slept well. I learned that the Thanksgiving tradition in ...
... a smooth trip...but, uh-oh ! Just learned our connecting flight to Grand Rapids is delayed by 2 hours (1:30pm local Denver time). We're thinking it's due to the thunderstorms that are present even here. Looking outside, the skies look menacing & it's super muggy outdoors (felt the air as we offloaded from the plane to the jetway). Well, looks like we have time for naps! Over & out for now! ...
We woke up this morning and looked out the window to see that there was still snow on the ground, but it was sunny and the light made the snow sparkle, so it was really pretty. We had breakfast, packed all of our things and drove to sears to get some things. Then we started on ...
... his troups into small
ineffective flanking groups, he outran his own supply wagons, cannon &
gattling-gun backup and most importantly... didn't heed the warning of his
scouts when they observed that several tribes had joined forces. Instead of being armed with bows/arrows,
spears and tomahawks, the Indians had repeater rifles (his troups had single
shot guns). Undaunted, Custer attacked but soon found himself trapped on a
little hill ...