Denver Airport Marriott at Gateway Park
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I loved getting to spend some quality time with my nephew, Owen, today. I haven't seen him since the holiday's and that is far too long when he is only three and growing by leaps and bounds on a daily basis. He came into the bedroom this morning to wake me and it was such a good feeling to see his smiling face staring up at me. We spent the morning running around the house and playing with his train set. ...
My Uncle Tom lived in Colorado for many years, Greeley, Fort Collins, Boulder. I know why he loved it so much with the backdrop of the Rockies right there. Both Liam and Emma have been here when they were very young a couple of times for visits. One time all the Rochester McMahon's came out and met up with the Texas McMahon's and we went whitewater rafting.
Devil's Backbone trail about 22 miles from Estes Park. The scenery is great.
We woke up this morning and looked out the window to see that there was still snow on the ground, but it was sunny and the light made the snow sparkle, so it was really pretty. We had breakfast, packed all of our things and drove to sears to get some things. Then we started on ...
... found himself on my little chartreuse crankbait. After turning into another cove, we spotted a double sail "pirate ship." We took some pictures back to Elijah and Joey for validation of its "pirate-ness" and it was confirmed. It was not a pirate ship. It didn't have a skull & crossbones flag. The sailors and jetskis of Chatfield Reservoir are safe. for now.
All 9 of Rick, Gina, Parker and Darren's reconvened at Uncle Dick's for Brats and Brussel Sprouts. ...
... I struggled to feel that I had seen the centre of it. Maybe its just the lack of history that we recognise, or perhaps the grid system which means everything is very uniform and there are no hidden surprises.
And now we are ready to leave for Nebraska where Ismael lives. The snow is falling thick in Denver so we will head for the land of farmers, tumbleweed and Walmart. ...