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 ...
... and we didn’t have time. We went back to the hotel.
That night, I was woken at 2am by the sound of a woman screaming. I woke up Justin. We heard her scream "Get off of me!". We sat in bed listening in panic, trying to work out what was going on. We thought a woman was being attacked in the car park and were just about to call the police, then we heard her say “Come on, hit me!”. We quickly worked out it was ...
... is a professor at the university and teaches about marine, we fed some catfish some worms and saw some horses, sheep and buffaloes. We came back and had some lunch and a babysitter came to watch us while Mum, Dad, Chris and Gail went on a Brewery tour. We just hung out for a while until all the parents came back. Then we went to a christmas eve church service, there wasn't enough room in the main church so we went in a room underneath the ...
We woke to a clear blue sky this morning and after a nice cooked breakfast, headed the 2 miles into Mount Rushmore for some photos's and a visit to gift shop for souvenirs. We then drove 17 miles to Crazy Horse memorial another cliff side monument that has been underway since 1948 and is far from being finished. The we drove the 350 miles to Denver. We made good ...
... Olympia, and Juneau. And I’m amazed that so much of the land, and the resources, that make up our country is found in a rather small number of states. Think of it. Think oil: Alaska and North Dakota. Think coal: Montana and Wyoming. Think wheat, and corn, and sunflowers: Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota. Think of all the food grown in California’s San Joaquin Valley. I have observed these wonders from the driver’s seat of the Scion. I ...