Day four.. R&R in Boulder. Our hotel could be majestic and someday it will be. It was recently bought by a consortium from Asia , who have properties in Singapore and other high end locations. When this one gets remodeled to look like the
others they own, we won't be able to afford to stay here. The bones are great. Foot hills of the Rockies, grassy spots to sit and have a drink, pool, tennis, work out,restaurant. I wish that I could buy in because I can see where it is going. I can't
get enough of this mountain air . I think Boulder is about 8000 feet above sea level. The air is full of pine scents. Noodle wants to be out in it . We have a slider that opens to a grassy outdoor area. Noodle sits next to it, probably day dreaming about being
so lucky as to be on this trip with us.Today we went to the Pearl Street Mall. It is a place to browse local artisan wares, books, kites, toys and eats and people watch. I have always enjoyed coming here. We spent a half hour rearranging the car for the big
rest of the trip . We add another Grandson and a daughter and had to make room for them. We needed to do a little house keeping in the car. The ice pacs have long since melted and those empty water bottles have accumulated in the back seat. I need to set a
good example for the grands and my daughter.I think that Noodle will be glad to hit the road again. All of this fresh mountain air is throwing his sleeping schedule out of kilter. I can hear him snoring right now.