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The drive from Florissant to Cripple Creek was beautiful. I had not been that route for umpteen years.
Entering the outskirts of Cripple Creek I decided to stop at a gas station. My memory of the road from Cripple Creek to Canyon City was of a dirt road known locally as Phantom Canyon. Leslie went inside on this visit too. She returned with the news I had dreaded, Phantom ...
... so that we could stop and explore. We spent 6 wonderful hours on the mountain. Pike's Peak elevation is 14,110! The wind chill was 29 at the summit. Randy, Rascal, and I played around on the trail at the summit and another area above the tree line (alpine.) the elevation was a little rough on Mom and Jeff until we got back down to 10,000 feet above sea level. ...
... the sunset from our deck and then we walked to town to see the casinos. Town was dead. After Eric and I lost $4.10 and Lesley and Ray winning $5 at Video Poker we decided to head back to the cottage. We had our own game of Texas Hold Em. We couldn’t find poker chips so we played for scrabble tiles, connect four pieces and match sticks. Eric won but more importantly we laughed and enjoyed each others company.
What an amazing day.
... that at Kidfetti a couple years back at Silver Springs Park?) Also saw some mountain lions/pumas being fed up-close, and they got to pet a prairie dog. That night we ate at Old Chicago (I remembered this chain from Coralville, or maybe Cedar Falls, but don't remember ever going to one) - we were also lured in by promises of bar trivia going on that night, but were disappointed when they didn't pipe in the questions throughout the ENTIRE restaurant... :(
... to the town and ski area. The next morning, we drove to Great Sand Dunes National Park - another extraordinary experience. It was unlike anything we've ever seen and even in the blazing sun, the kids were willing to hike, climb and jump in the sand.
We have now arrived in Colorado Springs where we will stay until we head east next week- there is much to do here! Current stats:
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