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Today was the time selected for our obligatory trip to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center (FAC). It is only obligatory because we love every visit. As per usual, we arrived early. That allowed me time to take photographs of some of the art outside the museum. The east wall of the parking lot is replete with several murals. The two that really ...
Today is the big day! I am traveling from Colorado Springs, CO, USA to Birmingham, UK. I had to wake up nice and early at 330 am for this trip. This is my second international trip (first was to the Bahamas) and first international trip alone. I arrives at the airport at 425am. The airport was empty so checking in and going through security was easier and faster than normal.
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... br> Other planned activities included a magic show, pool party, carnival, bird demonstrations (more on that below) and lots of other things.
We took a leisurely breakfast and spent some time reading in the morning before heading to the pool. This extra relaxation time ended up costing us a chance to get a lawn chair by the pool. Since the resort was full for the holiday and the pool only has so many lawn chairs and umbrellas we had learned in the past ...
... we made our way over to that Railroad Roundhouse where we had dinner last night for more photos and a chance to see the Old West Ghost Town. Unfortunately, we missed the last tour...but the photos did make it onto the blog anyway.
John's Navy pal Fred and his wife (of 49 years) had just pulled in from Topeka. We met them at The Airplane Restaurant...a full-service dining establishment of a KC-97 ---John explained this had been ...
... the fire which had been under control until then and it had swept down the mountains and into the city burning hundreds of homes to the ground (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waldo_Can yon_fire). On this day though, with no fire to be seen, but temperatures still scorching into the high 30's we hiked around Palmer Park. After a couple of hours, with our water supply running low and sun screen starting to wear off, we decided to pick our way down some ...