Eagle Fire Lodge & Cabins
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- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... to pick up the brake pads and headed on out through the mountains once out of Denver the sun was out in its full glory not a cloud in sight, we climbed to around 10000 ft along side a very fast flowing river on some fantastic roads, it became quite cold at times but we were only up high for a short time. ...
... was built for about sixty. Once we were all boarded, the boat slowly pulled away from the dock into the somewhat calm harbor. After we left the safety of the harbor and out onto the open sea, things became more interesting as we were tossed to and fro as huge waves beat against the tiny ship. About fifty minutes later we arrived at the Orkney Islands where we boarded another tour bus. From there we made our way along narrow roads ...
Today I went to Pike's Peak on a train that took 1 hour and 15 minutes to get to the top! The elevation is 14,110 feet! After that, I went to Garden of the Gods and saw red Rocky Mountains. I climbed up some of those red mountain things. Finally, we got back to the hotel and then ate Chick ...
... it hit me - people in real life don't behave how we do. I walk into a gas station to find nearest outlet To charge phone while I use facilities, I use woods or just plain tumbleweed (true story) as a bathroom more frequently than I do plumbing, and sticking hands down my pants to apply butter while having normal conversations are all Completely normal things in bike and build life; I will definitely need to be reintroduced to Society in a few ...
Last night we got into Colorado Springs at about 8:30 so we had time to find a hotel and get a bite to eat.
Today we are starting at Pikes Peak - a 19 mile drive up to the top of a 14,000 ft mountain. It used to have a section that was used for racing up, and there are a number of YouTube videos showing what that used to be like.
The road twists and winds its way up above the tree line up to the summit where the views assist ...