The Silk Pincushion
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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 ...
The blue sky is clear, the sun is bright, the highways, graced here and there by wild blooms of sunflowers, are quiet this morning as we begin. We went through Boston airport like a whirlwind, barely enough time for coffee and a salad. So much oxygen in the ...
... 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 ...
... houses made of wood and brick not the ubiquitous Lego effect plastic. At bottom of Main st there was a big wide creek : Clear Creek with ice cold water for paddling kayaking, dipping - sat there for an hour eating and cooling off feet in water -lovely lovely spot . Got the little shuttle bus back to light railway with young woman and two tiny blond daughters :''mommy what's that big building ? Oh that's where mommy & daddy got married (county courthouse) and well ...
... visibility went down to a few metres so it became clear that if we continued our planned route north we wouldn't see anything and quite probably wouldn't make it.
We reprogrammed the GPS for the most direct route back to Denver and turned east as the weather rapidly deteriorated. We only had 120 miles to cover but before long the road disappeared under a blanket of white and we were crawling along on snow. A snowplough ...