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After Jan's online class this morning, we repacked the car and loaded the dog for the last time, and started for home. We had kind-of, half-heartedly decided that we were finished with sight-seeing and we would just head home, but we didn't get far...only blocks, really...when Bob suggested that we drive through Colorado National Monument since we were here. And we were so glad we did!
We entered the Rim Rock Trail Road at the south entrance and stopped ...
Happy New Year! And what better way to start the year than by traveling across this great God-formed country!
Our first planned stop for the day was Pike's Peak, inside Pike National Forest, which lies just 12 miles from our hotel and downtown Colorado Springs. However, we arrived 30 minutes earlier than the area opened, so ...
... t get in the winter or the fall but each season and each weather pattern even within a season changes the scenery completely. What was a red sun drenched mountain might now be a brooding angry beast. If you stood in the exact same spot every day and every hour you would never get quite the same view. Nature changes around us and is constantly evolving and moving. It is always different and always beautiful. That is why I love the ...
... him (and you have to have a few years on you to remember) he was a scruffy old man with a ratty gray beard, crinkled up face and he wore a funny, floppy brimmed hat.
The terrain began to change, the flat land began to roll and the plant life turned into sage brush. I thought okay, we are in the foothills of the Rockies, right. Not so fast. Because the topography changed many times before we got to the foothills. Sometimes it was flat with lush fields of ...
This morning we headed off to Cripple Creek, and the Molly Kathleen Gold Mine. As we climbed through the mountains again to 10,000 feet we drove through a layer of cloud out into blue skies and sunshine. The scenery was lovely with a fresh covering of snow which had fallen overnight.
At the mine six of us crammed into a nine-man cage (please note rule as shown in photo) for the 1,000 feet descent to the ...
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