Days Inn & Suites Golden / West Denver
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... is amazing that the Indians were hunting buffalo all around here as recently as 150 years ago and they were reduced to riding in a Wild West show by 1900 or so.
Buffalo Bill himself was a friend to the Indians though and he and his family sounded like they were good people Back in Kansas, when young William was 8 years old, Isaac (his father) spoke out against slavery in Kansas and was stabbed by a pro-slavery advocate. He ...
... near Pike's Peak, but ended up in Golden. There were two main things we did in Golden. One was visit the Buffalo Bill Gravestone. He was buried on top of lookout mountain. The mountain is a good 15 minute drive up windy roads. At the top of the mountain is a lookout that has excellent views of Golden and even Denver in the distance. It was good to come here. ...
... had a mini mass. After church we picked up a couple of things from Whole Foods Market so mum and dad could cook dinner. They made meatballs, they were really nice. Then we drove to a park with lots of Christmas lights and walked around in the cold looking at all the pretty lights. We drove back home and Skyped the family, it was really nice to see everybody and wish them merry Christmas. Everybody went to bed excited for the following ...
Today we took an 8 hour road trip traveling over a very winding road north to Estes Park & Rocky Mountain National Park, we took a very similar road trip 41 years ago while on our honeymoon! Just beautiful stunning sights to say the least, the Rocky Mountains are majestic. Also stopped on the way to see a charming old church, St. Catherine of Siena Chapel, Pope John Paul actually visited the chapel in 1993 while in ...
My second day started with a couple of short hikes, but then I tackled Trail Ridge Road. The scariest and most exhilarating drive of my entire life. It is the highest continuous paved highway in the U.S.. Much of it is over 2 miles above sea level with a high point of 12,183 ft.. It is 48 miles of two-lane road with absolutely no guard rails (snow removal issues) and no shoulders. One ranger told me that in her 17 years no one has gone over ...