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In the "you have got to be kidding me" department: it was opening weekend at Arapahoe Ski Resort this weekend. What? I'm craving an Apple Festival when I get home in PA next weekend, and they are already skiing here? Oi! I did not doing any skiing this weekend.
My morning started with an early Mass in Louisville (at St. Louis Catholic Church – appropriate, right?) then breakfast with good friends Greg ...
... best on the jagged cliffs. On arriving in Boulder we parked and walked the Pearl St Mall looking at the shops and listening to the buskers. Lots of trees to shade the sun but still hot so we drove off to our motel for an afternoon out of the heat rest. Returned later in the evening and had a very good Italian pasta at the Trattoria Makers Mark. Then walked the mall again in the cool balmy evening with more buskers and full pubs watching the ice hockey. Staying La Quinta ...
Sunday. Took Ian skiing. Reached the Copper Mtn parking lot and blood ox was 80. Don and Ian went skiing while I found the Medical Clinic. Sat in the clinic until 10:30' reading. Found Don and Ian and decided it was time to go home. Too crowded, windy, and me!!!! Ian said he had a good time and learned a lot from ...
... park blocks away. We unpack (I repack) and have a rest before we’re back in the car for a short drive to Denver CBD. Betsy is going to get a facial while I explore 16th Street Mall. In the original plan I was to also get a massage, but I cancelled that after changing my travel plans. As Betsy goes for her facial I happily wander around the shops, lost in thought... and excitement about going home. Meeting Betsy after her facial, we walk to the other end of the mall... ...
... looking forward to getting up there when we go into Denver. It would not be fair to leave Ajax all day while we are here. Louisville is a town of about 20,000 people. Boulder, a short bus trip away has 100,000 and Denver (45 minutes away) has 2 million so we are slowly getting our bearings on the area. It is very pretty with a lot of trees. It is still very hot. They have a huge difference between summer and winter temperatures over here-we have a much narrower range.
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