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Rise and shine early this morning with a busy day and evening....First on the agenda was reveille for Emily and Calie...they did make breakfast....Ready and out the door to Sports Authority Field for a tour of the stadium...Prior to the guided tour, we took in the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame located inside the stadium for the Denver Broncos...This …
Before heading to our next stop and the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field in Denver, we visited the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs and also the United States Air Force Academy
The guided tour of the training center provided background information in what it takes to be an Olympian with the many years of hard work and dedication.. . …
This trip began in our heads about a year before it's commencement. We had wanted to test the waters of long duration travel and location independent work for some time, having wild dreams of world-schooling our kids someday and wanting a dry run of it. The wedding of some friends taking place in Malaysia gave us the focus and the deadline by which to plan this whole thing and we started to piece it together.
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... Colorado School of Mines Mineral Museum. It was fascinating to learn about the rainbow of minerals that are mined worldwide. We strolled the Historic 12th Street residential area and had lunch at Golden City Brewery, the second largest brewery in Golden. (We all know the largest brewery in Golden.)
We drove up Lookout Mountain to pay respects to Buffalo Bill Cody, the famous Wild West showman. We learned he was much, much more. ...
... that you can buy. Most people wouldn't be bored at all, although I think Oscar would have been without the endless supply of pop-corn, pizza, slushies, icecreams etc.
The Rockies were rubbish today - their big hitters didn't hit and the pitchers couldn't throw straight (there were about 6 pitchers used - a bit like us teachers change the bowlers in rounders in order that everyone can have a decent throw to hit) but it still was a great day out.