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Travel Blogs from Cascade
re-grow some ground cover. Right now there is thunder and lighting
moving in from the north-west and heading our way. We are happy to be
high, if not dry, above all this disruption, watching it on TV.
We will visit Pikes Peak and Cripple
Creek and, if the creek don't rise to much, The Garden of the Gods
before heading on up to Leadville. Colorado is a nice place to ...
... Beautiful" wrote it after visiting the top of Pikes Peak. Anyway,once I was back down to more reasonable altitude levels, I felt fine again. We picked up dinner and ate in our cozy little kitchen in our cozy little apartment, and relaxed the rest of the evening. I can't believe we are leaving Colorado Springs tomorrow! It feels like we just arrived! But there are more sights to see, so onward we will go!
... Like just about every other activity, Lucas takes his mini golf very seriously.
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 ...
... Dad to both of his children, a playful and loving grandfather to Layla, and an honest, reliable, concerned friend to the people he befriended.
The lessons in this are the same as they are with any sudden passing; Live life to its fullest, make sure the people in your life know how much you care about them, and make time for the important things. For John, those important things ...