Friday, April 6, 2018

Boulder with Siscos

Nana, Papa, and the Siscos headed for the hills of Boulder, CO for the week (April 2-6) and had a great time hiking, eating, drinking; repeat. All the photos are here.

Lucille's for breakfast. New Orleans style.

Snooze, another fun breakfast place. Walnut Cafe was also fun, different.

48 miles of trails into the Flatirons from Chatauqua Trailhead.

Pearl Street Mall

Salt became our go-to eatery.

We hiked along Boulder Creek Path starting at the top of Pearl Street.

Eldorado Canyon State Park was fabulous. Looked for rock climbers all day.
It's just west of Eldorado Springs. Keep going through the nothing town.
Eldorado Springs is about 15 minutes southwest of Boulder.
Hiked about 5 miles, easy to moderate. Take food/drink with you.

Ted's Montana Grill hit the spot after Eldorado Canyon.
That's Adolph Coors. On the way home, we stopped in
Golden for a quilt Museum, a distillery, and lunch
at Capitol Grill. We'll visit Coors next time.
Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum in Golden
State 38 distillery in Golden (very close to the quilt museum)
Came home to an ice storm of sorts.

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