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... too!) Most of us slept the second flight as well.
By the time we landed in Denver, I think that everyone was just happy to be home. It was tough to say goodbye to everyone after a week of growing closer and getting out of comfort zones.
I want to say a special thank you to Dan and Araceli who did most of the leg work for this trip. As Amanda pointed out, they truly gave the students three different vacation experiences: 1. ...
"Throw it up y'all, throw it up, Throw it up
Let's show these fools how we do this on that west side
... nipping at the heels of the topless women.
Every 100 meters or so was a piano in the middle of 16th Street and for the majority of them a talented pianist playing it. This was really cool and what was interesting is that for the main part the pianists appeared to be either hippies/homeless (was difficult to tell). After some window-shopping in a candy store we spotted a bar with a live rhythm and blues band and we decided to settle there for a few ...
... the rafters as we drive by. Much better ride that I expected, and happy to get a prolonged view of the Colorado River. Then we got to exits for Aspen, and further along, Beaver Creek and Vail. Beaver Creek and Vail were great because you could see the mountains and trails from the highway. Really nice looking communities. I skied at both in 1990, but I don't remember the communities. We had a laugh to see sushi ...
... After a while it got too cold and we had some lunch in a cafe. There were some different things on the menu that I has never heard of, like onion rings and chilli cheese fries. On the way back we saw really big moose sitting among the trees. We came home for a little while and then Natalie, Dad and I got ready to go to Walmart to pick up a few things. After Walmart we had chicken and rice for dinner and went to bed after a long tiring ...