I finally get to publish this video the way I originally intended, as a long documentary of our fabulous trip around the “Four Corners”, the area where Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico intersect, also epitomized by Hollywood as the “Wild West”
We explore Colorado’s capital city. We start by Washington Park and then visit Capitol Hill, pass by the architecturally unique Museum of Art, check out the LODO area, the 16 Street Mall, Crash the Comic-Con party at the Convention Center, pass by Red Rocks Amphitheater, the town of Golden, the Buffalo Bill Memorial, and finish up by the Highland neighborhood and Confluence Park.
We wake up at Goblin Valley and continue on our journey east towards Denver, stopping briefly at Glenwood Springs. We spend the night at the Echo Lake Campground. This is the last day of our Four Corners road trip.
We drive from Denver, Colorado all the way to the Utah Border, crossing the Eisenhower Tunnel under the Continental Divide along the way, and passing by the ski resort town of Veil, Glenwood Canyon, and Glenwood Springs. We spend the night at the Island Acres Campground in the Colorado River State Park.