He is Risen

“Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.”  John 15:13
 
 Easter morning we woke up early so that we could celebrate Easter at Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre for their annual sunrise service.  We were glad we arrived soon after the gates opened at 4:30 a.m, as there was a record crowd this year.  The amphitheater filled with over 10,000 people eager to honor our Lord and Saviour.  It was a beautiful Easter morning with a magnificent sunrise.
 

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Hippity Hop Easter Trot 5k

We visited Central Park (not New York) this morning for our first Spring run of the year….and even Furry B came along.  Central Park is located in North Denver in an area known as Stapleton.  The park is spacious – over 80 acres! – with spectacular views of the Rockies.  It is the 3rd largest park in Denver.  The park sits on the site of the old Stapleton International Airport. The control tower is still standing just west of the park. The community is still debating on how to make use of the tower and hope to have a plan by year end.  The Stapleton Airport was Denver’s primary airport from 1929 to February 27, 1995 when the last airplane departed. Click here to view a pictorial history of the Stapleton Airport.

It was perfect weather (as usual) for a race; and the Easter Bunny even competed in the Kid’s Fun Run race. Our 5k course was “flat and fast” which made for a fun morning run.  Furry B loves to run! (Three things at the park today that Furry B does not love include people in costumes, small children, and modes of transport with wheels aka tricycles, bikes, skateboards.)

Furry B is a competitor - He completed his first 5k!