Denver's Best Inn and Suites
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... is still melting. This also meant the Colorado River is really flowing. Apparently it's the highest it's been in five years. During our journey I kept my eyes peeled for bears but didn't see any unfortunately. We arrived in Denver around dinner time and I high-tailed it to the 16th St Mall to find myself a jacket. I found one and I'll keep the cost of it to myself. Tomorrow we are off to Custer State Park and it's another day with a lot of ...
... But the best thing about moving is that everything is new, a constant adventure. I made a LA To Do list and checked them off one by one, on my own, and with visiting friends. Stand-outs include flying on the trapeze on the Santa Monica Pier, attending a taping of The Moth, seeing the Shinning's evil twin dresses at the Kubrick exhibit at LACMA, road tripping to the poppies in Antelope Valley, Solvang, and the Saltan Sea, ...
... the back of the pack and faster though the tight stuff, but hopeless out of the hairpin. I was warned you need to roll onto the throttle, but when you are lining up for a pass the brain ignores all that and you just mash the pedal and go slower. As the race progressed breathing got harder and then the crossed green and white flag came out. Now was that the two laps to go, last lap or half race distance flag. As I was thinking about that I ...
... the mountains in the distance and was fortunate enough to see a wonderful sunset.
Jeremy and Hannah have a beautiful home in a gated community in a place called Highlands Ranch.
Hannah had organised a wonderful supper but had abandoned the plan to take us to a Beatles revival tribute at Red Rocks given we had arrived so late.
It had been a long and tiring day. There is nothing worse than sitting around an airport.
... register and stocking mail. My favorite was the Dust Bowl exhibit that was a life-like recreation of the storm blowing toward the house. We were in an enclosed "house" and the window outside reflected the storm approaching/aftermath. It was several floors chocked full of history in a way that really made it come alive. Our only complaint is we wish we had more ...