Extended Stay America - Denver - Westminster
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... hiking, maybe zip-lining and just exploring. Since we had not really planned this part of the trip, we really had to just sort of drive by with not many stops because of time. Then we were on to Colorado and the majestic mountains and greenery. I was snapping pictures like crazy! So we actually drove 7 hours today. We arrived in Denver about 5pm and went to visit some friends. We had great conversation and a ...
We hit the road by 9 knowing we had a long drive and wanting to be in Denver at least by 6 to have dinner with Lysa and Adam. We had a short stint further south on I-15 prior to getting on I-70 East. Sadly, for both Andy and me, I was without coffee for a long time (2 hours!) as there were minimal exits through this stretch of Utah.
The majority of our drive during the day went uneventfully just slower than anticipated. It was beautiful though and ...
... Rocky Mountain National Park sign. We stopped for a family picture and had fun with some silly shots as well. At this point we slowed down and just took in the scenery of Trail Ridge Road. Theeast side of the park is so sad with all the dead trees due to the bark beetle problem. It's really a dramatic difference from several years ago. The campground that was once secluded with big beautiful pines was now more of a meadow ...
So the main thing that I have been up to today has been eating, drinking and watching baseball. After a lardy breakfast that involved eggs Benedict and veggies we headed to the Coors field to watch my first ever baseball game. When I say first – I mean first – I have never watched this on TV let alone seen it live. The closest I have come is to watch college women's softball with Whitters when we were in NYC having an afternoon off being ...
... pole tossing (I'm sure that's not what it's called), and heard a new band - Angus Mohr. They were great! I've never heard a bagpipe in a rock band. Fun day. Sunday, we slept in (or I did, Rod rode his bike) then got ready for the Neil Young and Alabama Shakes concert at Red Rocks. I got to see Brittany before the concert. She's got her ...