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... and I cannot wait to hear about the first hand experiences this week when I re-unite at High Sierra Music Festival! you can't go wrong! if you are visiting Denver in the summer, check it out!
Throughout these last 5 weeks, a few instances of the dreaded FOMO (Fear of Missing Out, for those of you not up to speed on modern acronyms) have tugged on my heartstrings. Yesterday, which was the first day of the Fare Thee Well Grateful Dead tour ...
- Today, on my last day in Colorado, I met an amazing person!
- The person I met is named Sam Douglas
- Sam Douglas was born and raised in Colorado
- He started his own business in his hometown and now has coffee shops all over the state
- They are called He Brews which without the space is a book in the ...
I'm at DIA! It's already been quite a journey, and I haven't even left solid ground yet. I started off my day in Denver with a meat pie at GB fish & chips, because nothing says vacation like some good old English food. Then it was time to drop the dog off with Sarah, who will be taking care of her while I'm gone. We got to settle her in and she is apparently loving her ...
So after traveling through torrential rain and fields in Kansas, I passed through Colorado. Eastern Colorado is also pretty boring but eventually I got to my first stop, Colorado Springs. Colorado Springs is at first glance a pretty cool town/city. It is surrounded by breathtaking nature and seems to be a town with hippies, hipsters, and good ol country ...
... was really cool because it was something we had never done, but after a while we got too cold and had to go home. We drove back home and Donovan and Kinsey built Legos while I did some coloring. Then we had a really nice Christmas dinner, we had a brisket with cranberry sauce. Then we had a really super nice chocolate log roll for desert and went to ...