Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Denver Littleton
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Today, Oscar and I spent a happy hour wandering around a farm museum in Littleton. There were two farms which had been taken down from the local area and reconstructed to show life in 1860 and 1890 - pre and post railroad coming to Colorado.
The weather was hot and it was quite interesting to see the contrast between the two - and the contrast to Manor Farm back home! There ...
... we had been on the go for over 40 hours.
tired but with memories that will stay with us for the rest of our days or until Alzheimer's sets in!
8 hotel rooms.
7 states (17 in total now although Linz has only 16......).
too many animals/bird species to count.
The new Boeing 787, the Dreamliner, recently started non-stop flights between Denver and Tokyo. This inspired us to make another trip to Japan and the decision to go was quickly made. Then the fun part started, coming up with an itinerary with visits to places we hadn't been yet as well as places we wanted to see again.
Thanks to the internet making hotel reservations was easy. We used the booking site JapaniCan and were able to book all the hotels and ryokans we ...
... issue aside until we get to Linda's. Linda, Chavito, Sabina, and Julian are home. Chavo is working. Everyone looks great, the kids have grown up so much. Chavito is a "man", no longer a boy, Sabina is as beautiful as ever and has a broken foot. During volleyball practice she landed incorrectly on her foot and broke it. Julian is now a young man and is much taller than I expected. At Linda's I reserve a camping site in Chatfield State park for ...
... GPS and I found a good doctor. I nursed my cat through a week of hell with the help of the greatest vet in the world. I made friends that I will never forget and developed a taste for walleye, the South Dakota fish. Thanks Dode and Dallen, thanks Mel and Jason; what good friends; what a country!
Still love the Scion. It has safely taken me over mountain passes, prairie flats, and city streets, and patiently sits in the parking lot between rides, waiting for a ...