Great attention to punctuation detail, ameristralia! It DOES make more sense.
What I had noticed before is that Sheridan/route 95 is (for the most part) the western boundary to the city of Denver. So, if you are heading eastward (as the streets are named: Simms, Kipling, etc), if you "back up", you will be leaving the city of Denver. EXCEPT for the extreme northwest (Inspiration Point Park) and the extreme southwest of the city (Bear Valley Park). I like the extreme northwest for "cars and bend", meaning the bending of the highways US 70 and US 75.
goldhunter, W/R/T "near beer and water", I also thought of beer!
I did think for a while this might refer to the golf course past these roads. There is a part of the course called "the FIRST tee" (where this ONE? call home) and maybe it meant the phone number but am not sure on this one. Cars and bend relate because the carpark is curved and water and beer, there is a pub and water. Like I said though, not too confident on this one.