Adobe Inn At Cascade
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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 ...
... o burger with sweet potato chips for Roy and calamari salad for Sharon. We stopped off at a huge kitchen store on the way back home (Chefs). Spent the rest of the afternoon and early evening at Rob and Deb's showing them pics on our iPod and looking at some on their computer ....after a beer and some nibbles we headed out for a play on their RC cars and jeeps. They have a ...
... 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 ...
... Eric and I started up the mountain at 4am and we left at 6:30pm. When there is a crash or break down the course is closed until officials can deal with the situation. Then the race continues. When this race ends the competitors all drive back down the mountain to the cheering and high fives of the fans as they go by. Then we get to follow them down. You can imagine thousands of fans on a two lane road down a steep mountain road to get ...
... The scenic grandeur led Kathy Lee Bates to write the poem "America The Beautiful" after a trip to Pike's Peak in the late 1800's.
We reached the summit you can see 4 states , the snow covered peaks of the Continental Divide, the cities of Denver, Manitou Springs, Colorado Springs and the historic gold camps of Cripple Creek and Victor.
It was incredibly cold at ...