Motel 6 Denver - Airport
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... fall weather! Then some more driving... and more, more, more! And we are finally in Denver now. I didn't think we would make it in one day, but we did...! We were originally planning on checking out Mt. Evans, a 14-er (Colorado has many mountains that are 14,000 ft or higher, referred to as 14-ers), but my parents are pretty unmotivated at this point and I was never motivated to begin with, haha. The Broncos shirt guy said there's ...
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... in a world of hurt. Should I have given her Benadryl to knock her out? That’s really irresponsible, right? But if she screams in pain, that will be the worst. Well, we’ll find out soon enough right? Why aren’t we going? We should totally be GO-ING-NOOWWW….
We weren’t going. As in, the voice of the pilot filled my ears talking some nonsense about how our original flight route was no longer approved and we had to wait for a NEW route. Ten ...
... some snacks. Little C fell asleep after the immigration checkpoint and slept all the way to boarding.
The flight was L-O-N-G fighting the westbound headwinds - 12 hours! - but everyone did really well. The kids slept on and off, we slept on and off. It was as good as 12 hours in a packed coach cabin could be.
We were slightly delayed getting into Newark, which was going to make our connection tight, but ...
... br> everything here is HOT. As settlers moved
towards the gold fields of California, their wagon trains traversed thru Raton
Pass (a narrow and steep gulch with large boulders) where a daily advance of
800 ft was considered normal (we went thru it in a few minutes). Santa
Fe has a long history of Spanish
influence, Indian occupation and civil war stand-offs but instead, it proudly
proclaims itself as the #4 destination for gay ...