Over the week of Thanksgiving, we drove to Denver, Colorado to visit with our son. Yes…from West Virginia to Denver. We drove. It took 3 days to get there. We visited. It took 3 days to drive home. It is all about the journey.
This was Kansas.
Okay…this is the Tom Tom version of Kansas. I couldn’t get a good picture of the herds of tumbleweeds crossing the road. How unlucky are the animals that get hit on I-70 when you can see for 10 or more miles? Just saying.
Our son, Jeremiah, found us some fun, free things to do while we were there.
We went to the Red Rock Amphitheater. Impressive.
The last is my DH, Dan, braving the wind and cold.
The view of Denver…also impressive.
More huge, red rocks…
The Coors brewery tour…Let me say, “Wow!” They make a lot of beer. I was looking for oompa-loompa type workers to appear, but they never did.
This was the Tom Tom on the road up to Look Out Mountain. A few curves, eh?
Here is what we saw in Kansas City, Missouri…for about 20 miles…yikes. We timed that all wrong. Rush hour on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving! Ugh!
More about sewing next time! Hope you had safe travels over the holidays!