We had again driven longer than I had planned the night before, which put us just a few hours away from Vail.
Denver was much more industrial than I had remembered.
From the Interstate there were no real photo worthy views and I was not about to get side-tracked.
As we climbed up into the Rockies, I remembered how much I love the high-country. How much being up in elevation speaks to me.
I do love mountains.
We had to pass through one long tunnel before arriving.
After being in the car so much, I just wanted to get to our hotel room, unload and explore.
It was exciting being there the day before and seeing it before the crowds. But the village was relatively empty.
We were both starving and sushi looked to hit the spot.
There was no one there but us. It was just shy of 5 o'clock after all.
I thought we might explore a bit more, but we were both exhausted and there would be plenty to see and do in the next few days, better to rest now.