Staybridge Suites Denver Tech Center
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- Swimming pool
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... Falcon jet was cleared to land ahead of us. I was instructed to extend my downwind and then heard the most decidedly CYA expression Tower can offer...."caution wake turbulence arriving Falcon". I was cleared to land behind the largest executive jet manufactured (the Boeing BBJ excluded). This meant not only managing the gusting crosswinds but targeting a path down the runway and above the Falcon's arrival and touchdown point to avoid any dangerous ...
... did utter the first reminiscence of home today. He told me he wanted to go back home--to the Elmhurst Blvd street. Oh buddy, we'll be home before too long. In the meantime, the best is yet to come. Can't wait to drink in the mountain air, get lost on a few hikes, take some more lazy drives through the Rocky Mountains, and continue to enjoy this sweet time of family ...
We woke up and went down stairs for breakfast, today was the day for shopping. We went in the shuttle bus to a store called Ross which was really good. Ross is like Trade Secret but better, it carries expensive brands but sells them at cheap prices. I got a really nice handbag, it was my favourite thing from Ross. Next we went to Walgreens to get some lip balm, they didn't have it but Natalie and Max bought heaps of weird ...
... stole Leona as many times as I possibly could and took her just about everywhere with me just as an excuse to spend time with her.
I had lazy days where I didn't change out of my pajamas and just lounged around the backyard with my dog.
I managed to make 3 trips out of Colorado - Chicago, Seattle, and Sacramento - to see my extended family (Lord knows it's difficult enough to get me out of my house much less to another state!).
... back and hit these climbs. Prepare for this, especially on the second circuit.
On the ups, you will most likely want to stay seated as much as you can, getting up out of the saddle to get a bit of relief in your flutes and lower back and to power over the crests of the rollers. Use those roller crests to pull away from people and to pull people in. People generally slow down as they crest each hill, you can make up ground by powering over the ...