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... a shoe, the cup holder to the stroller and my dignity, as I rushed to reassemble our gear and outward appearance of preparedness and capability, thinking, “I am sweating way too much for 10 minutes in. ****!”
And, that was the easiest part of my day.
Boarding went relatively well and we found an aisle with three empty seats and one across the aisle. All settled in, I got out the boys’ iPads, and sippy cups and snacks for Sophia and ...
... we all watched Jungle Book and ofcourse the Golden Globes!!
Monday was the first real staging day and it took a little time getting used to... All the 2nd semester people already knew each other and it felt as if we, 1st semester people, were not really part of the group.. But for a first day that is probably very normal.
I have to admit I thought it to be a boring day and above all that I felt a soar throat coming up!!
There is another thing that ...
... It was really cold but we saw some squirrels. We came back had some leftovers for lunch and drove to the lake to do some ice fishing. We walked out on the ice, being careful not to slip. Then we sat on a bucket while Chris or Dad drilled holes in the ice in front of us. We set up our rods and fished. Every child was able to catch at least one ...
riders. The typical applicant must be:
young (not over 18), skinny, wiry and willing to risk death for $25 a
week. Orphans preferred!
Red Rock Canyon and the Garden
of the Gods Park are two rugged
areas of deep-red, pink & white sandstones
with incredible limestone formations of
balancing rocks and jagged cathedral spires - they provide an eery feeling of some
supernatural catastrophe. Both areas are full ...
... in the day, we drove downtown to Denver's 16th Street Mall...basically a street that is open only to pedestrians and public transport and is closed to regular vehicular traffic. The Mall has a nice mix of tourists, hobos and "regular" people, and it's a fun place. It seems to be a nice asset for Denver.
Being sufficiently tired after a full day of walking around, we headed back to the hotel and called it ...