On Earth Day a global March for Science was organized and our main local march in Colorado was just down the street from our campus in Denver, so we met around 9:00 for coffee and bagels, then marched from the Science building to Civic Center Park. We had professors, our EAS advisor Karen, students, alumni, and friends joining us in the march. The march was one of the most positive and uplifting events I've ever attended. Yes, us scientists are commonly introverted and not huge fans of crowds so we weren't your usual activist chanters. Yes it was raining and in some cases snowing that morning. Yes, we all are busy people and have things to do like piles of grading and revisions waiting for us back home, but thousands of science allies still came out to join the march. It was truly impressive. The police estimate that 13,000-15,000 marched with a total of about 20,000 attending at some point during the day. We arrived at the park around 9:55 and enjoyed many of the signs before the march started off to our right. We hopped in the long line and marched around downtown Denver in the wide streets that were graciously barricaded off for our safety. Thanks for the Denver police and the volunteers for keeping us safe!