Table Mountain Inn
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... and this one doesn't sing. They 'chatter or buzz' to communicate and the wing beats produce a whistle 'almost like a tiny ringing bell'. It's heart beats 1260 times per minute and it weighs 2-3 grams - I wish they would stick to imperial or metric (the other day, I was told the swimming pool was 50m long and 25 yards wide)!
Anyway, this was a good trip and for Oscar and I as nature enthusiasts, the hummingbirds made the day.
... in the hotel when I got in to the Denver area).
The drive from Moab to Denver was spectacular, again. I was happy to see Arches National Park was opening as I passed by at 8am (it was bittersweet, since I wasn’t going in). Kudos to those states that decided to operate the National Parks on their own dime - everyone wins. I was thrilled to see a hot air balloon ...
... Theatre and Art and the Oz Museum in Wamego, KS. Did you know that Frank Baum of Wizard of Oz fame was from Wamego? And for brother, Dave Standen, we saw signs for the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library and many other places dedicated to Eisenhower!
And, I decided we need to put money into the manufacturers of orange barrels and cones. They are EVERYWHERE!
So, luckily only one state sign to take a photo of, Colorado!
... is both less crowded and more genuine than the more popular resort communities to the west.
This former silver mining camp along Clear Creek in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains was established in 1859 during the Pike's Peak Gold Rush. The federally designated Georgetown-Silver Plume National Historic District comprises Georgetown, the neighboring Town of Silver Plume, and the Georgetown Loop Historic Mining & Railroad ...
... in the day and two, we've done the tour in the past. But the Christmas candy was great! So many different flavors of candy canes, ribbon candy, chocolates, etc. One of the cutest things was a spiral candy cane that looked like a Christmas tree. The girls picked out a few pieces of candy and we were on our way to dinner - Beau Jo's, of course! Delicious as always!
We've always talked about going to the Molly Brown ...