Sunday, September 26, 2010

Via Christi Bike Trip 2010: Part 3

On our Monday in Colorado, we spent our free time during the day enjoying downtown Frisco, eating(of course!), and doing a little shopping. I really enjoyed walking up and down Main St., looking at the shops, eating in the great restaurants, and spending time with Bryan and Makenah. 

We had breakfast at a wonderful little place called the Log Cabin Cafe. It was right up my alley! Some of you know that breakfast is my favorite meal of the day! I love breakfast food! I'm talkin' a hearty breakfast, complete with some kind of eggs, meat, pancakes, etc. I can eat a lot of breakfast food! 
We we walked in and out of several shops, and enjoyed the pretty weather. It was fun to get out the sweaters and jackets for this trip. 
Even the view on Main St. was great!
We also made the short trip to Silverthorne to go the outlet mall for just a little bit. We only went in a few stores, but it was sure fun picking out some things for Makenah! Hee hee! I didn't get any pictures there because I was too focused! :)
We went back to Main St. Frisco for lunch and ate at the Boat Yard. (Are you noticing a theme? We really enjoy eating out at a good restaurant.)
After the good meal, we crossed the street and enjoyed some coffee from Rocky Mountain Coffee Roasters. How could we pass that up?!
Makenah is super interested in everything these days. She likes to touch new things and see what they are all about. The warm cup was especially intriguing. 
We spent the evening with the whole group, at a western themed BBQ banquet. Everyone was encouraged to dress in their western wear, and there was delicious BBQ, good country music, and even line dancing!
What a fun night!

Tuesday was travel day, and everyone headed back to Kansas. We drove to Garden City, and stayed over there so we didn't have to drive the entire way home. So nice! 

I'm glad we got to enjoy another trip to Colorado. We made sure to especially enjoy this residency trip, since next year when Bryan is a 3rd year, he'll be home working extra hard so those 1st and 2nd year residents can be gone. :)

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