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Manitou Springs is a nice little touristy town between Colorado Springs and Pikes Peak. It was worth a couple of hours to walk Main Street and look in the shops. We also rode the motorcycles up to Cripple Creek where the casinos are. The ride was beautiful with great curves and the aspens turning colors. At one overlook we could see five mountain ranges in the distance, and we were standing on a sixth.
I played my ...
... Rocky Ford, drank smoothies and napped before the provided host dinner. Day 44: Rocky Ford ---> Pueblo, CO. Sweep day with Tyler. Long day but came in to the campground we were staying at for the night and was greeted by a beautiful lake and the Rockies as a background. Built a campfire, stargazed, and Alicia played the ukulele while we sung along to some classics. One of my favorite times so ...
... to the train station and said our goodbyes. Two days later, I had to do the same, except I was alone and had the anxiousness of seeing Ken once again! Hyunjin and I started walking towards the train station together but my train left an hour before hers and the 20 minute walk to the train station turned into 40 minutes as we both struggled to carry all our luggage through the narrow streets of Nancy.
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... the girls got scared a few times and started screaming. I would love to tell you everything but I don't want to give everything away. All I can say is you need to visit the cave and do the lantern tour.
Sad to say that was out last night in Colorado. It was hard to say Good Bye to Jake and to the great state of Colorado. We headed home at 5am Monday morning. We drove straight through with no problems.
... shrine for himself so he named it for his friend Will Rogers. I particularly enjoyed the first floor murals by New Mexico artist Randall Davey that depict the early development of the Pikes Peak region.
And my third stop of the day was the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, a place I’ve known about for more than 20 years and have always thought, “This summer I’m going to go to the zoo one day.” Cheyenne Mountain ...