|The walking tour started just across from the capitol|
|The city is doing an environmental awareness project,|
and they have painted many of the tree trunks throughout the city blue. I will say, it certainly does cause you to be aware of the trees.
|The tour ended at Coors Field, home of the Colorado Rockies|
After the tour, we stopped for lunch at Wynkoop Brewing Company, Denver's oldest Craft brewery. The building is beautiful. The food is delicious. And, the games are abundant.
|Clay and Knuckles, Wynkoop's greeter|
|The old Wynkoop bar|
|The boys made the most of the pool and shuffleboard tables|
Later, we headed over to The Denver Museum of Nature and Science. We are suckers for science museum, and this one was wonderful.
|A little moose|
|I do not want to get into hand-to-hand|
combat with the bear who owns this paw!
|Learning about sugar content in breakfast cereals|
When the museum closed, we took an Uber back to our RV park, gathered up all the laundry, and ate pizza and calzones at Mannie and Bo's while we waited on the washing and drying to finish at the laundromat. Denver is a fun city, and we had fun seeing some of the highlights today.
|Calzones at Mannie and Bo's|