Extended Stay Deluxe Denver Tech Center South
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... and are
typically low-maintenance passengers, pay attention to whether your dog
actually enjoys car rides. Some dogs are too anxious or frightened to ride in
the car. If your dog is uncomfortable or spends the whole time barking, you
will become easily distracted. While some car rides are unavoidable (ie. trips
to the vet), don’t assume that your dog wants to tag along. ...
... National Monument, but since the boys interest in all things Dinosaur waned some years ago (around the time they discovered Ben 10 and Pokemon!) they weren't too upset at missing that little detour. I'm sure it would have been fascinating to see real dinosaur footprints and other fossils, but it is a relief to know we will have time in the morning to pack up our stuff and clean the vehicles without having to be awake at the crack of ...
... Pros was much like Dancing with the Stars. The dancing was amazing and we had a good time. We even got to vote for the best couple.
The weather has been typically Denver. Highs ranging from 6 to 72. By the time we get back on April 1 it will be spring. I suspect I will be very happy to be back but I try not to think about that because we still have 2 months of amazing travel to go.
... home growers manual."
Returning to our room after breakfast, I spied a handwritten note by the shared fridge next to our rooms: "I owe you (1) beer" but thought nothing more of it. It's good to have a day off from riding West. The boys went to the Denver HD dealership to pick up some bits to repair a worn-out top box clasp on Bluebird, while the girls went shopping in Morrison. We convened for a leisurely lunch at an Italian restaurant in the village. Craig had ...
... of the fast food sign offerings... More upscale than we've seen the last two weeks. The roads got busier at this time, about two hours of up and down mountains and through tunnels. Glad I took the first driving shift. It was a beautiful drive though. Filled up on gas and dropped off the RV. A little bittersweet, but at this point, we are ready. Thirty four hundred miles later... We figure I drove seven to ...