Denver Marriott West
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... died three years later. At that point William began earning for the family. Oscar gave a wry smile at that point! He was driving wagons across the plains at the age of 11 and became an expert buffalo hunter, hence the name.
After the museum, we visited the grave and threw a coin on it, as per tradition, and took in the amazing views from the top. I wasn't sure exactly what we were looking at as you can apparently see several states ...
... is known for being in the Rocky's, so if you come here, you have to come somewhere with a view. I guess Buffalo Bill died in Denver and it was debatable on if he really wanted to be buried here, but this is where one of his family members wanted him to be buried. The next stop was the Coors Brewery. Founded by Adolf Coors of Germany in 1873. It is now the ...
... dinner. All the place served was hamburgers or cheeseburgers (American cheese only) – that was it. No fries, no nothing else. They were great burgers. While we were there we caught a glimpse of a fiery sunset – just gorgeous.
Got the kids home on time and headed back to the house.
Frankki and Kit are having major remodeling done to their home, so they/we are living in lots of banging and sawing, dust, and no roof, so it ...
Travelled from Steamboat Springs to Golden CO today, beautiful part of the country, will be staying the next 3 nights at Dakota Ridge RV Park. Great location for taking day car trip up to Estes Park & Rocky Mountain National Park. Wrigleys sports bar & grill within walking distance for dinner. Owners originally from Chicago decided to use the Chicago theme for their restaurant. Owner proposed to his now wife on the big scoreboard @ a Cubs game in 2006, opened this place in ...
Out of Steamboat Springs this morning by 8:00am and headed out to Golden Colorado. I hope you can enjoy the pictures Dave took of scenery along the way. We drove from 5,000 Ft above sea level to 7,000 ft many times in the past few days. Today we actually reached 10,200+ ft. Our first stop today was in Georgetown, Co. This town and Silver Plume were among the many towns that flourished during the silver mining days of this area. Since we ...