The drive was hot and mostly boring. Although much of it was downhill, there were still stretches of up-grade where I had to turn off the air conditioning in the van because the temperature gauge was getting perilously close to the danger zone. And it was sufficiently hot that even when I could run the AC, it had difficulty keeping things cool. Also, I really need to remember that when driving in sunny weather, I should wear sunscreen. I'm mildly baked.
I've unpacked for the three days I'm actually going to be home before heading to Columbus, checked mail, and will shortly have a light supper before falling into bed. I must remember my tolerances for driving while making my plans to drive to and from Denver.
I will post about Lisa's travels separately.