Ramada Denver Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
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... was time for us to actually get into the city of Denver. To be honest, I didn’t really know anything about the actual city of Denver besides that it was located near the Rockies and that they had legalized marijuana in 2013. So I was actually completely taken aback and shocked by how beautiful, clean, and entertaining the city was. People call it the Charlotte (NC) of the West as it is one of the fastest growing cities in the country. If you take ...
Day 17: On January 18<sup>th</sup> we arrived at Kerry's home in Bailey, Colorado. Bailey is 40 km outside of Denver. We all had a relaxing day, because we were very tired from driving. On Monday I did a little math, while everyone else went and got a TON of food for dinner. Kerry invited most of her family over which included their adorable 3 month old Australian Shepard puppy. We ate Ed's famous steak ...
... and call to make arrangements
at a hostel in downtown Denver, twenty dollars a night for bunk accommodations.
A rather uneventful ride today as I make my way south down 287, by afternoon
I've shed my layers to enjoy the warmth the sunshine brings. I stop for coffee
in the college town of Fort Collins, Co., home to Colorado State University. I
find a cafe with outdoor seating and settle in, I have a plan and this stop is
no coincidence. I started ...
... and see this view whenever you liked.
I just realized that I forgot to tell you about these lovely folks who have taken me in the last two days. Christi is the daughter of my friend Sue Fernstrom, whom I know from my Nutrition Journal Club at home. She asked Christi if I could stay here on my way west, and Christi -- despite undergoing chemo for breast cancer (!!) -- said "sure."
She's incredible and I vowed to do ...
... half a year. I took a one day trip to Vail to hang out and hike with my friend David which is where most of the few pictures in this entry are taken.
So I’m back in my old 1999 Jeep Cherokee with over 207,000 miles on the odometer as I leave Colorado, a vehicle with a broken windshield, body damage from two accidents, and just a matter of time until it needs some major mechanical work. I’m holding ...