Been very busy for the past few days here and therefore couldn't post much. I visited Red Rocks theater where they have been holding awesome concerts and shows since 1920s. It's a concert hall which is located in middle of a giant red rock. And the whole place dates back to 250 milions years ago when the earth was shaping and so young.
Part of the day was spent in a shooting range near Denver where I fired 100 rounds and exercised a little bit of responsibility and freedom. It was really good to do that! Tried a 9mm Glock handgun and a .38 mm revolver. It's so unfortunate there's no actual shooting ranges in Canada.
Also, a few hours spent visiting the United States Air Force's Peterson AFB where I met some Canadian officers who are there in Colorado Springs helping run the NORAD and defend the freedom and independence of the continent.
I'm glad I visited Colorado along with a fellow blogger that I can't reveal his/her name here. I should thank my friend for showing me around and I'm glad to be in Colorful Colorado.
In my next post, I'd really want to talk about some thing that I feel is an important issue here in North America and that's how immigrants treat this country. Yep, how immigrants treat the United States or Canada as their new countries.