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Linda, Sabina, Julian, Manuel, Chuckie and I took a day trip to Colorado Springs, We wanted to see the the Garden of the Gods Park. It is land donated to the city of Colorado Springs by a family in memory of their father and the land was specified to be free to the public. Traveling to Colorado Springs we pass several towns or cities, one being Castle Rock named after a rock formation ...
... much more in the west than he east. I guess it has to do with the open ground.
I mentioned earlier that the auto race to the top of Pike’s Peak (Race to the Clouds) was scheduled for this coming weekend and racers were practicing their runs. I fathomed how they could all race to the top on a narrow steep road and someone answered that each driver races to the top and the best time wins. Duh! I knew that. But of course.
... to Ted's Montana Grill for my first bison steak of the trip :-). Sunday I will go for another mountainbikeride with Keith, this time in the area around his home and afterwards ribs on the BBQ! The weather in the weekend is just fantastic...sunshine and temperatures between 20 and 25 degrees. Time flies...my first week is almost over, another 2 and I'm flying back to Europe for a couple of weeks. That's it for now...let's see when I have some time for writing another story on the ...
... juice, coffee, and tea in the fridge. Snacks in a basket on the kitchen counter. And all for $60 a night! Such cozy, intimate, and private accommodations! So after a nice nap, we headed to the historic area of Colorado Springs for dinner. I'm looking forward to clearer weather tomorrow, so we can really explore the area. Sorry, no pictures for today. It wasn't a picture taking kind of day. More tomorrow!
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