Fairfield Inn Denver Aurora
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Larry to the Enterprise airport rental car office and turned in the Red Camry. We had driven the car 2,400 miles on our adventure. The man who checked me in was impressed with the mileage for just 10 days. Larry drove me back to his home and by turning the car in early really saved us money.
Excellent Spaghetti dinner and then a drive around the area. A rain storm ...
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 ...
... s Park, Sedalia and into the jutting rock gardens of the foothills. After the car doors opened, Dillon, Taylor and I scampered straight up the first incline we saw...probably a little to quickly. We climbed a few hundred feet to a beautiful outcropping with butterscotch pine trees. Rick joined us up top and we SLOWLY creeped down through the rocks whilst realizing how high and steep we had climbed. Quick almond and chicken salad break before our trek up through the ...
... the daylight left to pack up and head all the way down to the car instead of camping the second night.
We drove back to Denver, picked up Chipotle, and surprised Karyn by showing up at home when she expected us to be out in the woods - though this was a startling surprise so she was not a fan!
On Friday morning we scoped out the weather at Loveland pass for another hike of Square Top Mountain. Karyn and I had done ...
... up into the gaps between my joints and I do seriously believe that it was this trusting feeling that assisted me out the front door. I left "the boys," my sweet and aging dog Holly, and any traces of fear, impatience, or doubt in Pound Ridge the day I left for Denver. None of those things came with me as I walked out of my house, except maybe Holly for a bit… I was indifferent to my departure. I ...