Howard Johnson Inn Denver
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... to the junction of 17th and Colorado (not that easy to navigate) which is where my now in the bin guide book said you could get the best panorama of the Denver skyline. Nothing but trees and a lake. Maybe I was in the wrong place, but we didn't have enough time to explore any further - the flight home awaits and we have to negotiate ...
... day was the Alluvial Fan, a geologic structure that formed during a massive flood in 1989 when an earthen dam broke far upriver, loosing 29 million gallons of water all at once. The resulting flood dumped tons of boulders (literally tons) down here in the valley. I've seen this site several times before, and was quite perplexed when we parked the truck and I could not find the pathway up to the fan. I was sure I remembered that this was an ...
- Today, on my last day in Colorado, I met an amazing person!
- The person I met is named Sam Douglas
- Sam Douglas was born and raised in Colorado
- He started his own business in his hometown and now has coffee shops all over the state
- They are called He Brews which without the space is a book in the ...
... OMG so scary, had to drive immediately as they wanted me to move out if the way to make way for more cars. Drove out of the car park and stopped straight away to set up the GPS. Well, wasn't that fun NOT! Couldn't get it off simulator mode for ages. Drove for a while then took a wrong turn, got lost and stopped in a restricted zone, where a security guard asked what we were doing... Told her and she left us alone. I had a lot ...
... meltdown (which she recovered from and napped without too much fuss), it was sort of a silly decision, as we had been mentally prepared to take the late flight anyway. It was a breakdown of logical thinking, and we're still going through the post-mortem analysis. We still have things to learn, apparently.
We made it back to DEN with awake and mostly cheerful kids, who then fell sound asleep on the way home.