Holden House - 1902 Bed and Breakfast Inn
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We woke up this morning to a beautiful sunrise, over Colorado Springs. There were some hot air balloons in the air, also. Fort Carson is at the base of the mountain, and we can see it from our site. Every morning at 0630 they have a flag raising, including Reville and canon fire. We can hear it plainly up here. Afterward there is apparently target practice, with the sound of gunfire heard throughout the day. ...
... We continued south over US 287, where we
almost hit a deer that was grazing along the roadside. Turning east on state Rd. 96 we headed to
county road 54 and the “Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site”; however
turning onto the county road we discovered that the historic site was 6 miles
down a washboard dirt road, at that point we decided that it was not worth
traveling 5 miles an hour for 6 miles over a dirt road, so at the first ...
... keeping with the cowboy feel of the area.
We get a laugh as we approach this restaurant and read the sign outside that proudly proclaims
":You can smell our pits for miles!". And of course it is true, we cold smell the delicious barbecue smell from a few miles away at the ghost town museum.
... their piercing whistle which alerts others of danger. They are also known as whistling marmots. One of these little guys even came up to our train while we were stopped waiting for a train going down the hill to pass. I am positive he was posing for pictures.
The last 3 miles are all above timberline. To the east stretch the Great Plains out beyond the border of Colorado and Kansas. To the south, the Sangre de Christo (Blood of Christ) Range ...
... The 6 of us sat together, right in front of dais.
The speaker had been a Navy pilot on the ship at the time John and his friends were there. He had been shot down by the Viet Cong and spent SIX years in tortuous horror in North Viet Nam prisons. These last years he has been touring the country giving talks and writing books. Rather than be morose and sad, his stories were filled with wit and cheer and optimism. The evening was capped with stories ...