I picked up D and C before meeting the rest of the crew over at the Java Cafe. I had a bit of a sneezing fit in the car. Several sneezes in a row, maybe 6 or 7. When the fit seemed to be done, D said ” You need to work on making the 1st one count!” That was the 1st of several one liners out of him today, he was pretty sharp !
One of my favorite things to watch on Tuesday is each carpool come through the door of the coffee shop. It kind of feels like the TV show “Cheers”. This groups greets each other with such warm and welcoming smiles followed by lots of laughs every week.
In the parking garage at the museum, B got out of the car doing the “Moon Walk” followed by D doing “Walk Like an Egyptian”followed by C just dancing!
The Byers-Evans tour was terrific. Our tour guide Stephan, a volunteer, was very good! He really knew his stuff and it was clear to all of us that he has a passion for history. At the end of the tour D commented on how good it was and asked if it would be appropriate to tip him. That told me that along with other reactions throughout the tour, that everyone else thought it was great too.
Walking from the museum across the Denver Art Museum grounds we saw the dome of the capital. Today the sun was shining on but
we still had to look in the right place. It was so fun to watch Ja try and point out the dome to us. It took some persistence, but she was successful, and everyone let out quite a hoot when they finally spotted it!
Lunch at Zaidy’s was very good, followed by a walk along Adams Street. Later, while driving, we had a wonderful conversation that related back to our tour.
As we approached our meeting place, I told them that we were “so on time today”. R said”some days are just like that, but…90 percent of the time they’re not !” Ha! Oh so true! Great day.