Eastholme in the Rockies
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We decided today was the day to meet our dear friends for lunch. We opted for The Wines of Colorado in Cascade. Leslie and I had been there several times before. Mom and Tyler joined us, in part, because they had never been there. Our guests of honor were Deacon Ken and Lorraine Huard. We had not seen them for some two years.
We had a great time catching up. One just has not "been" to The Wines ...
... riding with them as turbans on our head, and one arm warmer each. Why you ask? Why not! It felt cooler and we needed some laughs to get us in, and it was totally worth it! It's the little moments that pull you into the crazy adventure, and you have to make do when mileage for day doubles and take it in stride! After all, it's always better than Being stuck at work :) Tomorrow is FINALLY a sleep in day - 7am! Two well needed build days in Colorado ...
... have an appreciation for wildlife and present them in a way that honors the nature. I was wrong. The one word I would use to describe it is DEPLORABLE. I would like to say that I am NOT one of those crazy no animal should be in captivity people. I believe that zoos serve a real purpose to educate and promote conservation and they give ordinary people an opportunity to see and care about a species of animal they might never in the real world ...
Tyler had a date today. He wanted to go to the penny arcade in Manitou Springs. We dropped them off and then Leslie, Hillary and I drove up Ute Pass to Cascade to go to The Wines of Colorado. In all of the years it has been there, this is the first time I have ever been there.
Three years ago while I was in Washington, D.C. for training, I met a man in my class, Darby. It did not take me long to find out he was from ...
... It is still really interesting. I was there in around 1966, and climbed all over the rocks. Now, you can't climb on them unless you get a permit.
After that, we headed to the Pikes Peak highway and took it to the top of Pikes Peak. The altitude is 14,110 feet. The tempurature dropped 20 degrees during the drive. We started out at 7400 feet. This would have been a ...