Adobe Inn At Cascade
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... if one does not sit at one of the tables beside Fountain Creek. So, that is where we had lunch. We talked, ate, and sipped wine for quite some time. As I was paying the check, it began to rain. Boy did it begin to rain.
Leslie and I thought nothing of it; and continued our wine tasting (after lunch) to determine what we wanted to buy. When we had finally selected and paid for our wine, I ran ...
... passes were over the 8000 ft level. As we expected there are lots of trees. The area is gorgeous. Ski fields right on the road edge. Wolf creek looked amazing.All sealed roads, even a couple of tunnels. The Americans sure build and maintain great roads! Lots of signs to beware of wild animals. There were quite a few live elk on the side of the road and a few dead ones as well. No bears though. Once we cleared ...
... for a few of them) and kids running around trying to grab the birds. Birds were flying all over and their usual beautiful chirping sounds have been replaced with screeching and I seriously wondered if we would be attacked by them. It was truly something from a nightmare. Jym is still twitching. And again with the smell. Ungodly. I have never been in such an unhealthy unlivable aviary in all my life. How hard is it to provide live plants and ...
... he loved hockey and bike riding. Then I discovered his father is Marv, the owner of The Wines of Colorado. Marv used to be quite involved in commercial real estate in the Colorado Springs market. I had shown his property once or twice; however, I don't think I actually did a deal with him. Regardless, I knew he owned The Wines of Colorado.
As it so happens, Darby was in Colorado Springs on home leave while we were ...
A steady rotation of questions has been running through my mind for days...
Do I need this shirt? What book should I read first? Do we really need to bring that? Can I buy an iPod cable in Laos? Did I print that reservation? How much cash should we withdrawal? Will I really use these shoes? Will that be enough Immodium?
I'm ready for the questions to stop and the adventure to start.
I know that once I'm queued up ...