Entries by Mary Archer

Big Blue Bear in Denver, books and live music

Our “delightful” Bear We began our day with snacks and drinks and exploring a book store. The Elvis book, and Aretha Franklin book – those two generated lots of conversation. P looked at a picture of Elvis and said, “now that was a few years ago”, and J told us how much her mother used to like […]

Littleton Historical Museum today, and browsing through Barnes & Noble

                      Bruce’s description of today: “slow and steady, kept on rollin” We began over coffee at the Starbucks inside Barnes & Noble, which we thought would be cozy and warm on this cold morning. Our choice of coffee stops  proved better then planned, because after […]

Stern Park in Littleton and lunch at Great Beginnings

what a full, fun, busy day Morning snacks at a donut shop…you’ll see here G greeting everyone there by making funny faces in the window. Then to our office where we did a project, sorting through and compiling donations to the food pantry.  This went well, it took us about a half hour and everyone understood and […]

History Colorado’s Scenic Historic Byways

At History Colorado today there was absolutely something  for everyone. The entire group was thrilled to see the photo collection of “Scenic and Historic Byways” of Colorado, what beautiful images! The quilt on display  was sewn by a slave from Missouri, after her death her husband brought the quilt with him to Colorado. J and […]

Liks for Ice Cream and an Active Minds talk about haunted places in Denver

        We began our day in Silo Park with  plans to only make that a quick coffee and snack break, but extended it because we were enjoying it so much. It’s a great little place, with a community vegetable garden (B: “well my vegetables garden is Safeway”) and ponds and signage to explain […]

Fall in Colorado, we love it. Walking in Westlands Park and lunch today at Urban Egg

Great day for a walk, and thank you to Urban Egg for another wonderful meal and exceptional service! Couple of quick stories, we made a poster today to decorate our office walls.  As we glued photos of past outings we tried coming up with single words to describe what happens on our outings. “Joy” “Fun” […]

Fall is here! Autumn leaves, Tiny Town, Turkeys and Turkey Creek Canyon…

Well we learned at least one thing today . When we came across some wild turkeys D described how they turn blue in mating season! Gorgeous day in the mountains!! The pace of the day and temps were perfect. We all met at the office  for coffee, fruit and pastries. We needed to fuel up […]