Cheyenne Canon Inn
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... problems as we start traveling.
So to Colorado Springs our home town, our family and our friends that have become family, we say... it is not good-bye, it is "see you soon".
We love you all so much!
(And I did not mention all the people and places we will miss. So if you are not specifically mentioned... please do not be offended.)
... title is Water Fowl Control Officer. Driving the cart was Troy who was a grounds keeper with Ruger and although he didn't train Ruger or pay for any of his expenses, he took him home each night and was never without him. They even drove to Michigan in May together to visit Troy's family. We had a nice conversation about dogs and the Boardmoor. Our time was short at the Boradmoor but we fully intend to return again someday but it was time to hit the road and head ...
... and most valuable biblical and classical pieces or items ever assembled under one roof. A portion of this collection is currently featured in the U.S. via the traveling exhibition Passages. It has also been featured internationally via the Verbum Domini exhibit in Rome.
The collection will ultimately find a home in Washington D.C. at a permanent, national, non-sectarian Bible museum to enable visitors to experience it year-round, with a goal ...
... on the foothills of Pikes Peak, and the way it is built & located, it looked extremely beautiful - perhaps best among any city I have seen. Ivy's Chinese restaurant Another awesome Chinese food. All the tofu dishes . Now made me a complete fan of ...
... up our antennae to catch local TV signals, and be able to zone in for our trip to Moab on that link. We really do not want to miss the final dance off on Dancing with the Stars next Monday! So we rolled onward, delighted the winds were light and mostly at our rear.
The real challenge was reaching Colorado Springs at the end of the work-day, merging into I-25 in the rain, to find the RV park. Hmmm….we had a bit of a time of it, but ...