Qualilty Inn & Suites Golden/Denver West/Federal Center
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... discovered that many of the photos were actually of the chimney above it (same shape as the bird feeder!). Luckily he spotted my rather basic mistake quite early on so I did get some more active pictures! The bird with the bit of red is a male and the other a female.
Facts about these hummingbirds
They are 'Broad-tailed Hummingbirds', approximately 4" long (we work in 'old' money here!) They are the only bird to be able to ...
... Heineken, Guiness and other that I have been to. There are three free normal drinks included in the entrance to the brewery and if that is not enough, then you can get an additional drink that is I believe 1-2% alcohol. I think both of these things are must do's in Golden and would not miss them. You probably will need a car for both of them, which is probably the down side. ...
... washer, all went back upstairs doing whatever we were doing. For whatever reason, I thought to go down and check on the washer since it was the first load they were doing. Good thing! The shut off button did not work, so the water did not shut off when the tub got full, it was running all over their floor, into their new carpet in the basement. So we all mopped water for the next half hour and Kit spent an additional hour figuring out what was ...
... and for us to nosh on. Oh, they are so NOT yummy when they thaw out! Yes, we are trying to be very healthy! Yes, and we also brought a case of water! Works for lunch... until we get to dinner out!
Then, off on the Kansas roads where on I-70 we had 75 and 70 mph speed limits, so we traveled pretty quickly on the roads with lots of bales of hay, some development with, of course, McDonald's. Also, quite a few wineries in Kansas! And, unusual museums, ...
... is both less crowded and more genuine than the more popular resort communities to the west.
This former silver mining camp along Clear Creek in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains was established in 1859 during the Pike's Peak Gold Rush. The federally designated Georgetown-Silver Plume National Historic District comprises Georgetown, the neighboring Town of Silver Plume, and the Georgetown Loop Historic Mining & Railroad ...