Residence Inn by Marriott Denver West / Golden
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... would be using about 75%, but back in the Denver area (Golden) I should be okay. After taking lots of pictures both going up the mountain as well as coming down, we made a mandatory stop at Echo Lake Lodge for homemade pie and ice cream. Almost too good to describe.
Our last dinner in Golden was at Table Mountain Grill and Cantina, the choice of Keezie and Pat. Great guacamole, great drinks, great entrees, and great family and friends.
So long to Golden, CO. Look out ...
... Amphitheater right at 10:00. I went up to the counter and asked the guy about the tour. His response was, "You can walk around yourself. The only thing different about the tour is going back stage". He was not rude the way he said it, just very, very laid back. We are finding that most people we have come in contact with in Colorado are very laid back. I told him that's what we wanted to do. His response, "Well, we have to ...
... now mommy& daddy are getting a divorce' daughter : ' in there ? ' We passed Jefferson county jail which looks like an art gallery ... A local tells me it looks like a pair of handcuffs viewed from the air . Back in Denver I met Tom for a walk and to hang out... We walked back down beyond Cherry Creek to near the elitch gdns funfair and he persuaded me to go to the Aquarium cafe' with large tank wall ... We had delicious grilled fish tacos and dipping prawns ... ...
... and this is a fantastic place to visit. Our next stop is only a couple of kilometres away.
Dinosaur Ridge is truly a wonderful area - just over the ridge from the Red Rocks Park, is the best evidence of dinosaurs, with many fossilised bones, and footprints evident in this small area. Our tour guide was a young archaelogist and paleotologist, whose knowledge of this area and the history of the dinosaurs was ...
... having to secure a wristband were also unnecessary as they were handing them out at the first corner up Flagstaff where they were also checking for wristbands.
It was just around this corner that I encountered my first real roadblock, or "trailblock", as it were. The shorter, but steeper, hiking trail to the Sunrise Amphitheatre, where the finish line was situated, was blocked by temporary fencing and a sign: "Trail Closed". I would be forced to walk up the road ...