Ramada Plaza Denver Central Hotel
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... day and we each had our own weightlifting regimen.
We were pathetically unconditioned when we returned from NZ, but with training and frequent trips to the gym, we are improving in our level of strength and endurance on the wall.
Ben and his dad took a road trip out to Utah and did some hiking through slot canyons. While the guys were out there, me and Marie spent time relaxing. I took Marie to an asian market down in ...
... 000'. Beautiful scenery. Dropping down, we drove through the town of Estes Park, which was very attractive, but we didn't linger, as it was getting dark and late. We arrived Boulder in the dark and had dinner at a good Thai restaurant just off the highway. From there, it was an easy drive back to Denver, where we just return to the room to rest. ...
... a mimosa with steak and eggs. James showed us around the city and we took a train to Washington Park. Pretty huge park with two big ponds where u can fish and canoe and a huge open grassy area with lots if volleyball nets. We threw the football around at the park until we were hungry for dinner. We found a restraunt called the Tavern at Wash Park. We also got ...
We woke up and went upstairs to have some really nice pancakes for breakfast. Then Dad, Chris and I went to Jax and then the lab. Jax was a outdoors store which sold fishing gear and bait which is what we needed to get. Near the car park there was a field where there were heaps of really cute prairie dogs digging holes on the ground and wagging their little tails. Then we went to the university where Chris worked at to feed some of his ...
... We found a funny-face rock and some chipmunks along the way to the Fire tower. Climbing the 139 steps (Taylor counted) the 200 feet up to the cabin was tremendous. The fires in Utah and Idaho have blown an orange haze over the ridges. The caretaker, Bill Ellis, has spent 29 summers living up here on this precipice watching over what seemed like the entire state of Colorado. Caleb was in the running for "Youngest on the Summit" but missed the trophy by 4 weeks. We climbed ...