Hawthorn Suites Longmont / Boulder
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... are a number of Volcanos in the US... none active... as far as we know? On the route we are taking there is in fact one of these Volcanos.... Capulin Volcano, New Mexico. It is right at the top North East part of the state.. and on our way to Denver.
Detour!!! so we decide to pull off the road and head towards the Volcano.. Our timing again is perfect as they have just opened the park and we get to drive to the top of the volcano. ...
... had the Pre-Check logo printed on my standby card. But as my bad luck would have it, the TSA Pre-Check security checkpoint at IAD closes at 9 p.m. Ugh, just missed it by a few minutes. As it turns out, this would create a massive headache.
The advantages of Pre-Check are numerous including getting to skip most of the ultra-annoying security steps most travelers have to endure. So I was not pleased when, directed into the regular security line, I had to take off my shoes ...
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Gail flew some more in the afternoon. Practicing instrument flight in Mark's Bonanza. I was in the backseat playing with the nexus7.
Getting very excited about this trip. Learning about blogging and adding pictures & video before the trip ...
... demonstrated before the ship leaves port. The house later because a home for wayward girls and was a bit of a wreck when it was purchased in the 1970s with the intention of restoring it to its former glory.
After the tour, we visited the cathedral, and I was interested to see that Pope John Paul II had visited Denver in 1993 for World Youth Day. We went inside, lit some candles, took some photos of the beautiful ...
... 8217;s a steady climb to the former mining town of Central City. Then you take another dive into it’s interior. It seems to be supported mostly by Casinos now. There were at least four of them, some built in the old buildings of the town. I got a bit turned-around and had to make a U-Turn down a street that sloped down at least 12 degrees. In first gear and tapping the brakes we made it fine. It reminded me of driving up on ...