|S is such a patient and kind photographer.|
|Not much to the expo, but we did get a long sleeve white Brooks tech shirt.|
|Unfortunately, the last tour for Saturday was sold out. Darn 100th anniversary.|
An Applebee's wasn't close to our hotel, but we did meet for dinner at Chilis. L and B were there, with kids and R. Plus, we met Kara for the first time. I did try to convince her to travel with us in the future. I hope she will!
|Oops, where's Kara?|
|There are people shorter than L and B!|
Sunday night we met in downtown Denver for dinner. The restaurant was near where the Colorado Rockies play. They were in town, and we should have gone to a game. It's the least I could have done for S, since he loves baseball. Next time, next time.
We had wanted to go to the Napa Valley of Beer, an area of Colorado where many different breweries are located. Unfortunately, the Napa Valley of Beer tours are closed on Sundays. We settled on the Wynkoop Brewing Company, since it was open.
And, I discovered my "authentic" Colorado meal. A buffalo burger. First time trying buffalo, and I highly recommend it. Much, much better than a hamburger or veggie burger. So, crawfish when in New Orleans...Buffalo in Colorado....maybe potatoes in Idaho?
Monday afternoon, before we turned in the rental car, I convinced S to make one more stop. I found Washington Park online, 20 minutes from the airport. The weather was perfect for a walk around the lake. Denver really is a beautiful city.
|Might have stepped in goose poop while posting this pic to FB. It was worth it.|
|A mommy group doing yoga, babies, um, crying in the strollers.|
1. Flights were on time and there's no first class, so we could use the potties in the front and back of the plane,
2. (Most importantly) They serve Diet Pepsi! This is the first airline I've been on that doesn't serve Coke. Yeah!
Thanks again to L and B for showing us a great time in Denver. Next stop, Idaho!