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Beaumont Hotel, Ouray, Colorado

It’s Our Last Day in Denver

Date: 1/27/20

Mood: bittersweet

I’m having mixed emotions. I’m happy to go home and sleep in my bed and see my friends, but at the same time I’ve really fallen in love with Denver. Most of the people I’ve interacted with while here were really sweet people. The city is great and I wish I could’ve explored more of it, but we already had so much on our plates.

Some highlights of the trip: Flying over snowy mountains on our way to Denver, The Denver Zoo, the Nashville Hot at Birdcall, The Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Red Rocks Park, Dino Ridge, Coors Brewery Tour, getting drunk at Woody’s Woodfired Pizza and Watering Hope, Waffle Brothers Pub Style, the U.S. Mint, watching the snowfall from the dome of the capitol building.

This trip was so much fun, but I’m still ready to go home. I have to be honest though. I think next time I come I have to come either alone or with someone who’s more like me. Coming with Catherine was fun, but it really made it clear that we just aren’t as close as we used to be. And spending everyday together has definitely put a bit of a strain on our relationship. But it’s also made it clear that she seems to think I’m less than her. A feeling I’ve had for a while now, but it feels validated now. I don’t know if I can be friend with someone like that, but she still seems to think we’re best friends, but I don’t feel that anymore. I feel like she’s the same person I knew in high school, but I’ve grown past that. I don’t know what I’m gonna do, but things need to change. I need to spend time focusing on my other friendships. But that’s not going to be the take away from this trip.

I fell in love with this city. While I don’t know if I’d move into Denver proper I might still move into one of the suburbs near by. I loved how most of the shops and restaurants seemed very liberal. There were many gay friendly places to shop and eat and I loved seeing so many businesses doing their best to be green. Everyone seems to walk when they can which was refreshing. The food for the most part was great! There were a few restaurants that were pretty good and only one that I really didn’t like. There doesn’t seem to be any good Shabu in Denver and that makes me sad, but it’s not a deal breaker because I need to change my eating habits anyway. And I can have it whenever I visit California. That’s all assuming I end up moving out here, but we’ll see I suppose.

Also I think I’m gonna get rid of the formatting for these entries. It’s just making it feel like a chore. So I am going to keep the date and mood, but nothing else really…

I’m gonna include some of my favorite pictures from the trip. Anyway, I’ll see you in the future.

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anonymous asked:

In the USA young adults often dream of "backpacking through Europe" for like a year or a summer. I see David doing the inverse and wandering around the Southwest (California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and (*sigh*) Utah), going out into the deserts at night looking for flying saucers. Sorta like the Area 51 run but longer and slightly less dangerous.

This is very valid! He’d probably also get some location where Draco’s real location is visible.

Reptilians are said to hail from a planet orbiting one of the stars the constellation Draco. If you do the math and calculate how long it would take for the light of that star to reach earth, you can find out where in the sky would actually be looking at Draco’s current position as opposed to where you see it in the sky. Which then means if they use a light speed spaceship to zoom to earth, you’ll catch them from the appropriate direction and possibly find a spaceship!

He’d probably also try and get a tour for Wright-Patterson Airfeild base, which was thought to be involved in project blue book.

It’d make for some fun shenanigans