Residence Inn Denver Highlands Ranch
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... to drive in snowy winter conditions. Weather didn't subside until we were close to Idaho Springs. Never the less we made it to Highlands Ranch by about 4:30. Great to see the kids and grandkids again. I spent the first evening watching granddaughter Lexi at volleyball practice. I must say these 12-13 year olds can really play! Dinner back at home was homemade soup and crusty bread provided by Grandma Rosemarie. Perfect for this cold night. Finally we made our way to ...
... some good advice for my coming stops in Grand Junction and Moab (near Arches National Park). As a result, I'll be changing my plans slightly and driving directly to Moab tomorrow in order to do my Park thing early on Saturday morning while it's still "cool" (i.e., below 90). Since I don't tend to bear up under heat like that very well, I was grateful for her advice.
So away I go tonight and will catch up with you all tomorrow in Utah!
... a candle in it for my birthday.
... to Fortcollins. We were really excited when we saw some super cute squirrels in the trees when we stopped at a red light. We stopped at some outlet stores to buy some shoes then drove the rest of the way to Chris's house. We had chilli made by Chris for dinner and went to ...
... a life size model of Mars talking to people from behind a glass enclosure and answering questions about Mars. There were lots of telescopes, meteor rocks, a massive hand painted globe, movies, and a space shuttle for kids Zach's age to play in with all the control buttons and astronaut blue and orange suits for them to wear and jet packs. Zach was hooked. Everytime we tried to get him out to go to the bathroom, have lunch or see another part of the museum as ...