Well, it is not really new anymore but definitely new to me.
I do not know what took me so long, because now that I have been there I just might be stopping in daily!
It is only 5 blocks from where I work and just an amazing assortment of things to eat, drink, take home, and buy as gifts.
It was kind of hard to pick where to eat and then even more difficult to pick what to eat once I picked the place.
But the very last place, SK Provisions had pork tacos and I couldn’t resist…
Clearly, they were good…
The best part: once you got your food you could go sit out on the patio outside or in the “dining room” in the main area. And if you are with friends, everyone can pick their food of choice and then all meet up to eat together.
I will most definitely be back and if you are in Denver you should try it too!
Mile High Flea Market is HUGE! I wish I would have gone on a Saturday or Sunday because a lot of the booths seemed closed today… but it was still fun to walk around and browse.
They even have a farmers market but I didn’t really explore that. Leave that for another day.
But it did look like they had a good selection of fruits and veggies. TONS OF MANGOES. It must be mango season.
I bought a couple pieces of cute, and very cheap, jewelry. A hope braclet and a tree pendant.
I will definitely be going back on a weekend day and look forward to seeing a lot more stuff.
If you live in the Denver area , I highly recommend it.
Living in a large city there are so many touristy things to do, but when you live somewhere like that tourist things after fall by the wayside.
So as part of my year I wanted to make sure I did something that I might not often think of doing.
It helped that my friend’s, Jared, mom was in town because she wanted to go and I got to tag along.
So in case you are in Denver or visit Denver soon, here’s some info on how to Visit the Mint.
You have to arrive at 7am to get tickets to one of the four tours. We got tickets to 12:30 so we went and had breakfast at Sam’s No 3, also a very touristy place…
The actual mint tour was interesting. Nice to learn a little Colorado and US history.
All in all it was a nice day. Very different from a normal day at home.
Another afternoon in the park… today just doing a little reading. I am still working on reading The Red Tent so today is getting me a little closer to actually finishing it.
It was a beautiful day. And Mia had fun too!
Between running around with Mia taking pictures, I probably did not get as much reading done as I would have liked… I guess I will have to start making this a regular thing.. maybe I will finish the book by the end of June. 😂
Well, spring is here and so are my allergies! I never really had allergies until I moved to Colorado. Since I have moved here I have had to take some form of medicine to feel like a normal human being.
I have always heard that consuming local honey can help relieve allergy woes, so there was no better week than this week to buy some!
I went to Vitamin Cottage to get some and was not disappointed. I found a honey from Greeley, Colorado from Rice Family Honey.
They have been open since 1924. After listening to the audio book from my last thing on my list, I have really enjoyed looking more into the history of Colorado and historic things. So this seemed like a perfect honey to buy.
The fun thing is, the visit to Vitamin Cottage and the purchase of honey is putting into motion other tasks on the list! Stay tuned for those… 🐝.