****UPDATE 8-9-2011: The camera is found! Accompanying pictures now posted below.********
The weekend started with an uneventful ride home from the airport (which is notable because with CO's weather, it can be very eventful) followed by pizza and a good ol' late-night conversation in the kitchen like old times.
Saturday morning we went up to Red Rocks to hike. The area is most known for it's concert venue, but the amphitheater is actually part of a large natural park. We walked around the amphitheatre for fun and watched crazy people exercising all over. Then we hiked a short-ish trail below it. No lemonade stands this time, but still legit and only about 2,000 ft lower in elevation.
After an afternoon nap and a delicious lunch of pesto pasta (where Jackie is, so is good food), we did accounting/concocted enchiladas in preparation for dinner. Jackie did the former. Jared and I did the latter. Some friends from church organized a picnic-style group date, which is what the food was for. We attended said date with dates. Good times were had by all.
Sunday we attended church in purposely match-y outfits, ate more delicious food at a birthday dinner for a friend, took another nap (Jackie lives at sea level, so we blame the elevation for all the naps), and had more excellent conversation per our style.
Monday I had to work, but I worked just a 1/2 day and Jackie came along. She had work to do too even though she was on vacation because accountants are cool like that. We did our business simultaneously then spent the rest of the afternoon around downtown Denver. We ate at the SAME Cafe, perused books at the Tattered Cover, sunbathed on benches, played tunes on a piano, checked out the City Library (pun intended), chowed down at Mad Greens, and wound it all up with a visit to the Denver Temple.
The fun didn't end there. After we went back to the house we couldn't decided between making focaccia or ciabatta bread, so we made both and watched Despicable Me for the first time.