Holiday Inn Denver Lakewood
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... like the one next door to our B&B. As we get close we stop and pick up a sandwich and a homemade cupcake for a last picnic with a view.
Cabo da Rocha is on a point with a lighthouse. It sits on a cliff which drops straight into the Atlantic Ocean. A few sea stacks are in view with Shags and Gulls hanging on against the wind and waves. We can see quite a way out to sea where huge cargo ships, a sail boat, fishing ...
... Disappointing to miss the July 4th hype but no regrets as it resulted in one of the most epic games of capture the flag, possibly even outshining America's battle for independence???
Next day saw all our neighbours and new friends packing up to leave so we threw the camp chairs in, locked the hatches and were ready to take on the utterly **** road back to the hi way ( much of it done in reverse due to lack of turning opportunities for a 30 ...
... told us he has a trailer load of explosives, but that seems nothing out of the ordinary for the folks in these parts! Our trucker friend spoke with a really heavy deep Southern drawl that made him difficult to understand. He carries 3 CB radios and said that he preferred driving nights. We didn't ask him if his tag was 'Rubber Duck' but we're sure it was!
Thursday 27 March
After quite a good nights sleep on my top bunk (Val had the lower one that wasn't much ...
... had a mini mass. After church we picked up a couple of things from Whole Foods Market so mum and dad could cook dinner. They made meatballs, they were really nice. Then we drove to a park with lots of Christmas lights and walked around in the cold looking at all the pretty lights. We drove back home and Skyped the family, it was really nice to see everybody and wish them merry Christmas. Everybody went to bed excited for the following ...
... 16 miles back to luckily find it still there. More pirates, army, piano with Taylor (She has the Fur Elise intro memorized after ~20 minutes...The next Mozart I tell you), and whipping up some tasty jams on guitar with Dylan.
I joined Rick and Gina's crew for church in Littleton and headed back for a bike ride up near Daniel's Park. After cruising around the downhill rollers for a mile or so through the ravine, we found ourselves headed due south ...