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... The trick was all the earlier flights were connections, as opposed to our nonstop, and they all closed for check in/baggage check about 5 minutes after we got through customs. We made a valiant attempt to get on EWR-DCA-DEN, but there just wasn't enough time to get the tickets reissued. Resigned to the layover, we camped out in the family room of the United Club and watched pretty much the whole AFC Championship game. C was cranky, but finally said, "Forget ...
... br> Team 2: Tyler teamed up with his mum Nancy. They were quite obviously experienced Gingerbread House engineers, and seemed to have a plan.
Team 3: Colton teamed up with Rick. They trash talked a bit, and were the Gingerbread House architects. They seemed to have a plan.
Team 4: Zac and I... not a clue between us.
Sal and Kelly were the judges.
Well, to cut a long (and messy) story short, it turns out that in the super competitive ...
... so a few changes there). One of Colton's mates, Tyler, was also there, and he's a bit like another member of the family... (we would soon find out that there are a few of those guys).
Anyway, Zac made himself at home downstairs in the den (the local hangout for Colton's college mates). Those boys were great with Zac, playing pool, and Xbox with him.
Meanwhile, we dozed on the lounge.
And there is no ...
... was very idyllic. Great food and wonderful company.
Then we drove to Golden, where, among other claims to fame, they make Coors beer, and Michael lived within slurping distance of the factory. The town has been very tastefully renovated, and we went for a walk through a park by the river. Nice!
The next day Katie went to work and we relaxed and enjoyed Brandon's company. He and Michael ...
... and left it at Wally Park. Our daughter, Elle, was returning from her trip to Europe the following day, so this way she would have a car to drive home. we actually were passing each other in Iceland a few hours apart. Traveling light, we weren't checking any bags per the Rick Steves' guidebook suggestion. This was the guidebook that i had used to pan our trip and we ...