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Resting with the Dead

Friday and Saturday. Nothing. No working out at all. A lot of walking on Friday though. We traveled up to Denver to visit the King Tut Exhibit at the Denver Art Museum. It was wonderful! I just wished there were more dead things or things that used to contain dead things, like the guts jar (conopic jar). We walked for a couple hours in the museum. Then we walked around the Taste of Denver event for a wee longer and ended up walking back to the hotel. After a nice midday nap, what did we do? Walk some more! Up and down the 16th St Mall, to the Cheesecake Factory for dinner, and back to the hotel. It was great. A recreational day with some mild, slow activity with the one I love. Mark Sisson talks about enjoying life and doing some long, slow activity every so often. I agree, somethings are just too great to rush through.
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