Hilltop Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Slept in until about 10... even Zac.
Went to Wallmart and got lost.
Apparently we needed supplies for the annual Gingerbread House making competition. Not my thing... at all... not even remotely, so I didn't really take much notice of all the conversations revolving around this apparently important event.
Obviously, Sal would help Zac with his house, and I'd be able to take another snooze, or watch the football, or play guitar, or go for a walk, ...
... Zac enjoyed "talking" to the baby. Overall, it was a very fun trip.
We landed in Denver, and were very grateful to be met by Kelly, and have someone take us to where we were going without having to explain anything.
Arriving at Kelly's place, we were instantly at home. We were warmly greeted by Rick (hasn't changed), Colton (who is twice as tall as last time) and Kylie (a 14 year old who was 2 last time ...
... on to visit a couple of towns up in the mountains where Michael stayed over 30 years ago:
Evergreen is a typical, very attractive, Rocky Mountain community. Big Bear is the main bar and music venue where they've been visited or invaded by many "big" names. Some on their way up to or down from Caribou Studios which was THE studio to use at that time (Elton, Chicago,......).
Our picnic by a ...
After a morning spent relaxing and visiting the butterfly pavilion, we went shopping at TJ Maxx and ate lunch at Kira Sushi. We listened to an historical account by Vivian Hamilton at the Brunner Farmhouse. We then enjoyed a potluck dinner at the Broomfield Community Center. After crying, we came home and played Spoons (a card game) and Chicken Foot (a dominos game) with Fumika, Vivian, Ray and their grandson ...
... Americas about 20 mins south, but on the way I got sidetracked by a cute little american Indian arts shop. The two lovely women inside (one of whom had just returned from a 5 week trip to Wiltshire) were giving out free apples and bottles of water. The altitude, heat, and the cold I was still getting over made me grateful for the drink, but I ended up chatting to them for quite a while about the Indian wars and the exchange of weaving techniques between the Spaniards, Pueblo ...