Holiday Inn Denver-Parker-E470/Parker Road
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... would end up being closer to seven hours long; and it wasn't because of traffic, weather, or even the kids. Art wanted to stop at every historic marker and national park, to take a picture of course! So, the kids and I went along for the journey and lived in the moment. Art and Artie headed up a steep 1/2 mile hike to see Doc Holiday's grave in Glenwood Springs. Liam, Marina, and I hung out at the local library, which housed many children's ...
... up before 8:30am so I had the challenge the next day of keeping Zach quiet in an open plan house until 8am when he was probably going to wake at 5 or 5:30am as we hadn’t yet adjusted to mountain time.
Wednesday 1 August 2013
We had a pretty lazy morning enjoying the beautiful house and surrounding acreage of the Leaches place which has always been one of my favourite and most relaxing places. Like the Cocetti’s the Leaches have been in the same ...
... With less than 200 fellow passengers, we had a chance to meet people from Australia, Canada, Brazil, the United States. . .and we treasure the time spent together.
There were times that I caught my attention wander from the information a Guide was sharing.
Gothic, Roman, Baroque architecture. . .sometimes those details didn't matter as much as taking a moment to just drink in my surroundings. To remember where I was and ...
... personal rules to keep myself out of my brothers shoes. Luckily, this anxious feeling sort of drifted away once I got to Denver.
I got to campus and suddenly I was back to being excited again. I was basically pushing my parents out the door; I was ready to start my new life. The first thing I did when I got into my dorm was put up about 50 pictures of me and all of my friends and family back home. Everytime a certain picture catches my eye, ...
Another beautiful day in the Denver area. We headed out to the city to Golden, famous as the burial site of Buffalo Bill Cody and the home of the Coor's Brewery with its tour and free beer tasting. Guess where we went. Well, the beer was great as far as Bill was concerned and he should know Ashe maxed out on samples. I did have a Banquet and Blue Moon. You know, when in Rome...... After a ...