Agate Hill Inn
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Day 1 was an easy day as there aren't many storms firing anywhere so after a reasonably slow morning we packed up to go to Pikes Peak which was then subsequently fully booked.
After a Walmart stop, mainly for new trousers for me, we went up to Manitou Springs for Lunch and popped into Garden of the Gods for a mooch around after.
While in Manitou ...
... At 2:30 we boarded the bus again and headed for Garden of the Gods. Not all of us went. Natalia was our tour guide again and Mark stayed behind at the hotel to print out boarding passes etc. We went in the main entrance and parked at the main parking lot. We got out and walked about to the center of the central part of the park. We saw people climbing in two places. We definitely had a better day there last week than today. It ...
... the motel in 1947. The rooms are just large enough, and separated from one another with individual parking spaces. While we were there we wanted to get a couple cokes from their ancient vending machine. When Joanne realized what we were doing, she said she would have just given us a pop. We thanked her but put our money (75 cents) into the machine and not only got 1, or 2, or even 3 ...
Finally I have some to write something! The second trip is gonna take three weeks...after giving a drink for friends and colleagues on Friday April 19, it was time to leave for a longer period. So Monday morning I passed by at the testbuild Bon Jovi in Werchter to say goodbye to some colleagues and having a coffee. After that dropping my car at the office in Tildonk and Mil was taking me to the airport. Lots of luggage ( /- 65 kg, including my mountainbike). This time I was flying ...
... one was just slightly above my eye level.
If one stood at the end of the wall and looked toward the other end, it appeared there were small "shelves" protruding from the wall. At its widest point the "shelf" ranged from one to three inches wide. If one were to look down the plane of the wall from the ceiling, one would see that the "shelf" emerges from the wall in a very gentle arc and then disappears back ...