Denver Marriott West
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... A friendly local on the chair made a great dinner recommendation to a southern food spot in town called Low Country Kitchen, where I enjoyed grits for the first time. Delish meal. We shared 24 hour buttermilk fried chicken, collard greens with house bacon, aged white cheddar antebellum grits and pecan pie ala mode. Thursday morning was spent crating up the ski gear (for the year) and doing laundry. Off to Golden, where a snowy ...
... trying to learn!
After returning to Golden, we (Pat, Keezie, and I) rode up to the top of Lookout Mt. and visited the "grave" of Buffalo Bill Cody and his wife. The reason for the quotes around grave will become clearer later. According to the residents of Golden, Buffalo Bill wanted to be buried in Golden, CO and there was a dispute with Cody, WY, our next stop. The grave pictures are below and we were told that the graves had cement slabs on them so that folks from Cody, ...
... to Fortcollins. We were really excited when we saw some super cute squirrels in the trees when we stopped at a red light. We stopped at some outlet stores to buy some shoes then drove the rest of the way to Chris's house. We had chilli made by Chris for dinner and went to ...
... of their beer in pitchers and we helped ourselves to what we wanted to taste.
We are finding that based on our experience in Colorado, everyone is very, very laid back. We were wondering. Marijuana is legal here. Is there a connection between the two? We will never know the answer to that question.
After our tour, we headed back to the RV Park for the rest of the day.
... in the West and how it sucks you in from every direction - in the name of "the entrepreneurial way". We are conditioned from birth that nothing is ever just...enough. So we constantly want more...bigger, better, whether it's money, our bodies, our toys, the size of our homes and everything in them, our cars, our teeth, food, technology... and it goes on, and on, and on...And because of this, we ourselves are never...just enough.
The lack of respect ...