Sunday, October 4, 2015

TToT (10) - Here, There and Everywhere

 
Thank you for all the wonderful comments last week.  I was traveling for work and did not get to respond or comment as I would have liked.  But, alas, this is a new week and the possibilities are endless! 
 
- one-
Both of my flights and the above said trip not only left on time, they both arrived early.  I was in my rental car at the time my first flight was supposed to arrive.  Got to like that!

- two-
 The weather was perfect, unlike the last time I made this trip.  Highs were anywhere from mid-seventies to low nineties and the sky was crystal clear blue.  Beautiful!

- three-
While in Denver I took in a baseball game at Coors Field.  Since neither team playing was my team, I had to root, root, root for the home team, and, while I did not stay to the very end, they pulled out a win in the bottom of the ninth.

 - four-
A former coworker told me about a festival that was going on that weekend in Estes Park.  I called it the 'beer and brats' festival, though I'm sure it had a better name.  The beer and brats, however, were mighty tasty.

- five -
At the festival there was a great Eagles cover band.  They did an excellent jobs and made people watching especially enjoyable.  If only I could have gotten a picture of the couple dancing that were wearing matching kilts!
 
- six -
I had little bit of time before I left for the airport on the way home, so I stopped the at the train depot in downtown Cheyenne. 
 
- seven -
Usually I drive myself to the airport and take a shuttle back and forth to the parking.  This time Himself drove me.  What a glorious sight to come home to after a long day of traveling!

- eight -
We spent Friday wandering a local arts show that we attend every year.  Himself bought a print of the picture below for me.  It's going to be the focal point of my office when I redecorate it this fall.  We had a great conversation with the artist, a gentleman from New Jersey.

- nine -
It rained and was cool yesterday, just like it was seventeen years ago.  It was a great day just to laze about, read, relax and enjoy only the second fire of the season.  Seventeen years ago we a bit busier.

- ten -
We celebrated our 17th anniversary yesterday.  Where did the time go???
 
Check out more goodness at  A Fly on Our (Chicken Coop) Wall.

AMDG
 

11 comments:

  1. I've been vegetarian for so long, but somehow hot dogs still look tasty to me. A lazy rainy day with a fire and a book sounds delightful.

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  2. Such a wonderful list. I used to live in Denver and for awhile in Boulder. The mention of Estes Park brought so many lovely memories and mind pictures. Happy Anniversary.

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  3. good trip that has you driving away from the airport at the time you should be just arriving… like a secret gift of free time.
    congrats on the anniversary

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  4. Happy Anniversary! Sounds like you enjoyed a lovely celebration.

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  5. I love Estes Park! I'd go there as often as possible if Kansas weren't in the way....
    I sure wish you had a picture of kilt wearers dancing to an Eagles cover band. That would certainly be worth a thousand words!

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  6. Happy 17th and that's certainly something to celebrate, as a lot of marriages don't seem to make it to that point. Glad there's still some. Sounds like you enjoyed it immensely, with art.
    :-)

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  7. Happy anniversary!! How nice that you got to experience some local fun while you were traveling for work!
    I hope your rental car was better than mine. :)

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  8. It sounds like you had a wonderful anniversary! That photo of the train depot is wonderful. I would love to see the inside. Your print is beautiful! What a great gift.

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