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... that this trip is finally coming to an end. But before I get too nostalgic, let me catch you up on the last couple days of activities starting with our arrival in Denver at 1:30am on Tuesday. At first we were having some trouble very early Tuesday morning finding a motel/hotel at which to stop. We were worried that after the last trip from Zion we were going to get stuck sleeping in the car. Fortunately we had Google maps enhanced features and we ...
... br> Things I Will Not Miss
- The 405
- Scary gas prices
- Not getting the courtesy wave on the highway
- CA drivers who insist on driving the same rate of speed in each lane
- Paying to park at the mall
So, here we go with yet another chapter. Who know, who knows, but this one feels right for me, right now. If you live in Denver, let's fill up my dance card.
... about American football and getting tourist tips. Just as we were leaving the skies opened and Ann got to drive home in the rain. Zero visibility and six lanes of traffic made the race track appear safe.
As I was feeling so energetic we showered and headed out for a walk around Denver. Watched a bit of frisbee football, rode a bus, walked on a couple of bridges and passed a few people with medicinal cigarettes. Since it is legal here ...
... of her concert at Red Rocks.
We headed home for a early supper and after supper we drove into the city to Coors Field to watch the home team Colorado Rockies play the Miami Marlins. It was our first time at a baseball game but we really enjoyed it. We had beers, hotdogs and coke because that it what you do at a baseball game. The entertainment during the games is fantastic. So ...
Day 47: 7,389 miles
Thursday, July 17th
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The rain had passed by the time I was ready to ...