Lucky for us, after three weeks on the road, we had a perfect place to crash — sleeping in and sleeping hard. We worked — early mornings and late into the night. We had great meals — both in and out. We even caught up with friends we hadn't seen in years — the amount of which are still up for debate.
And then luckily, in a matter of minutes, we were able to return to fresh air and stillness and the most lovely outdoors.
We returned to the nature — well, more of a mixture of nature and man doing their best to co-habitat with one another — as we spent an afternoon hiking around Red Rocks.
Full of musicians and fitness buffs and nature lovers alike, Red Rocks seemed a fitting place attempting to marry the best of what Denver has to offer.