Cheyenne Canon Inn
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After two days playing with 2 1/2 year old Clara Jane, we need a day off to recharge our batteries. It is rainier than usual here and cooler as well. Will be staying until the weather east of here is more stable. Did see this scrawny yearling bear in the back yard. Also saw some deer but they were too fast to take a ...
... Colorado, which continued to look like Kansas. The land doesn't know where we made state borders; it just evolves and changes as it should.
We made a stop at a Denny's in Limon for dinner, which served less than stellar food (Mac almost broke a tooth on the chicken tenders), but we enjoyed the kid's versions of Mad Libs at the table and a quick game of Uno while we waited for dinner. Note: don't order salad in a breakfast place.
... was perfect for sightseeing. We took a drive up to Pikes Peak, elevation 14 110 feet. The ranger told us there would be a couple of slippery bits but nothing to worry about. So up we went. Hmmm nothing to worry about - he forgot to tell us that there were numerous hairpin bends and pretty well no barriers the whole way up. It was the scariest drive ever. All five of us were petrified the whole way up. Of course when ...
... for me going up and coming back down.
But when we got to the top, it was worth it. Gem Lake is really small and has no inlet or outlet. It is in a natural depression and is filled with melt water from the winter snow and some rain water. On one side there is a high cliff that makes like a natural amphitheater. People were climbing up and down the cliff the whole time we were there. The Lake is at most 5 feet deep and some kids were wading ...
... to people and several of us got within 30 feet to take pictures. He then slowly walked across the street without getting himself killed.
Tomorrow we head north through Denver to Boulder which for us is the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park. Mileage is about 100 miles so we will be able to spend some time sightseeing in Denver and see what the Mile High City has to offer before we head off to the northern Rockies.