Adobe Inn At Cascade
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... They live in burrows that look like sand volcanos. We arrived at the Lone Duck campground at 4:30 local time. We went exploring and found a creek. There was a pool. The pool was very warm. After dinner we went to Garden of the Gods. We saw a deer. We also saw rock climbers! We went on the rocks and climbed them ...
... We were only about 10 or 12 miles from home. One option would take us through Deckers and Sedalia, only about 100 miles. Another option would take us through Canyon City, only about 100 miles. None of those options sounded great. Nevertheless, if the road remained closed or worse yet, if the road sustained flood damage, we would be forced to take one of those options. We decided we would try the Canyon ...
... for their engines. The really good drivers complete this course in less than 10 minutes. With many of them going through the picnic area (about the only decent strait away on the course) at over 120mph. If you have ever driven up Pikes Peak you will wonder where on that road could anyone hit those speeds and live. Halfway up the course you are above the tree-line in the Alpine Tundra consisting of rock face, boulders, small rock ...
... Springs, the area of last years Waldo Canyon
Wildfires. Today we were 30 minutes ahead of a thunderstorm that
crossed over the burn scar area. It rained on the burn scar for just
fifteen minutes, dumping only .6 inches of rain. From our campground
tonight we watch, on TV, news of the flash flooding, mud slides and
road closings along the route we traveled. After a wildfire, the
... and behold, once off the exit they started popping up and seemed to be endless! We quickly parked and raced into the field where they were launching from (some of us faster than others). We were enthralled at how they lay on the ground, until puffed with enough hot air to rise, quickly fill up with people, and take off. With the lake and mountains as a backdrop, it could not have been a more beautiful ...