We had a really good time. I'm glad we went. On our way to Copper Mountain, we stopped through Denver at the Flatiron Crossing Mall. Denver reminded me of why I NEVER want to live in a big city again! We had a bit of difficulty getting to the mall and had to pay 2 extra toll fees of $0.75 each, but we made it there nonetheless. It was touch and go there for awhile, and we nearly saw (and would have been involved in) a huge traffic accident. I love the way city people drive. They are constantly switching lanes, trying to get into the lane that is going the fastest, only to be ahead one car in the long run. Anyway, there was some big semi that was slowing up traffic a bit and everyone seem to be getting a little bit impatient and just in front of us this van suddenly slams on his brakes and swerves all over the road and THANK GOD he regained control of his vehicle, because we would have been the first to run into him causing a multiple car pileup on a very busy road. I was so thankful that it was Scott driving and not me! I would have been a complete mess (I already was and I wasn't the one behind the wheel!). Anyway, we finally made it to the mall for our big trip to Build-A-Bear Workshop. The kids were thrilled to death to finally get to go to this store. (In answer to your text message Emily, YES, we are the proud new owners of build-a-bear animals!)
This was a very nice mall with tons of great stores. The kids couldn't get there fast enough as soon as we saw the storefront!
How annoying to have to stop and take pictures!!! C'mon MOM!