Being in the Convention Center in Denver has been interesting. Not only have we gotten our exercise navigating this huge building, but we have been cohabiting it with other conferences and exhibitions. The guy on the Segway was scooting rapidly up and down the halls early yesterday, coordinating docents to deal with the anticipated avalanche of 80 busloads of school kids at one side of the building and 30 busloads at the other side! In the picture at the upper left, you see one of the classes going upstairs to see an aerospace exhibit, which is what I think drew most of them.
It's a cavernous building, but it provides enough space to handle all those kids ... and us adult conventioneers ... and still leave enough room for kids to play catch with small, soft projectiles.
It's been a nice time in the big city, but it's time to head home. We're going to try to visit a few offices this morning, then head south to Colorado Springs tonight, home tomorrow. TV