The Maxwell Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... and then headed over to Lon and Wendy's house for dinner. Lon grilled sausages, chicken, vegetables, and a hot dog for Nick. We had ice cream and brownies for dessert. We sat out in their back yard, it was a very nice evening. We left around 9:30 to go back to our hotel. We just watched TV and hung out until going to ...
... of photos from this trip of stadia we will not be visiting. (Tomorrow, if the rain holds off, we will be attending a Rockies game at Coors Field.)
We were eventually saved by a commuter lane on the north end of town and so getting out of Denver was actually a lot easier than getting in (I'm sure there is a metaphor somewhere in there), and Mary Thelma and Carrie Louise returned to the open road and the beautiful drive north through Bolder ...
... out and eat grocery store food the rest of the time.
After our meal we went back into the park and hiked to Alberta Falls. It was raining lightly and Bill and I were really feeling the increase in the elevation combined with our own out of shape-ness. Sophie had to teach Bill how to breath. ("Smell the roses and blow out the candles, that's what I tell all of my ...
Had a leisurely breakfast at the lodge sat outside by the river. Headed out to do our first full trail in a national park, called Gem Lake Trail. It was a 4 mile very steep climb but well worth it for spectacular views over Estes Park all the way up and it culminated at a little lake at the top. Sat there for a while and at any one point there were about 3 or 4 chipmunks within ...
... With repeated success and careful rock climbing, Lindsey and Ben concluded that it must not be a break.
But, over a month later, the finger's shape has not returned to normal, nor has the pain fully subsided, leading us to believe that this accident was, indeed, a break. Not much we could do about it anyway.