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... back in January. Lina, Harlea and I had landed at the Charles De Gaulle Airport in Paris, had taken the metro (along with our 75-100lbs of luggage) and exited onto the streets of Paris looking for Lina's uncle's apartment. The streets were isolated, it was 7am and we had no wifi, no cell phones and no map. Fast forward six months to today and my stepfather and I are driving to Colorado Springs one week after I returned from studying abroad.
The last ...
Was going to have less pictures today, but you know how that goes. The Pike's Peak Cog Railway is the longest and highest cog railway in the world. We rose from and elevation of 6,400 feet to 14,115 feet in under just 9 miles. Some of the grade at 25%. To give you an idea usually the greatest grade on highways is 7%.
You will see and be able to tell from the pictures where we are on the trip. We start of with big rocks and trees, then we move into area with less ...
We climbed Pike's Peak today on the cog railway. Went from an elevation of 6,700 in Manitou Springs to 14,110 at the summit. Pike's Peak cog railway is the highest cog railway ln the world and has the largest elevation gain of 7,500 feet. Started our trip at the quaint and original depot built in 1890. First train trip to the summit was in June 1891. Train trip up and back takes 80 minutes each way and you get 30 minutes at the ...
We are having a lovely 5 days R&R at the Microtel Inn and Suites.
We were hoping to ride Pikes Peak today but they have had significant snow falls since Tuesday.
We have spent our days in the pool or the hot tub and eating at the local restaurants.
Yesterday Sigrid and I dragged Brian and Bjoern kicking and screaming to HOOTERS. I thought they were ...
... June 26, the fire exploded eastward toward and into the city, engulfing the neighborhoods of Mountain Shadows and Peregrine. Evacuations peaked on June 27 at 32,000 residents. After an investigation, Colorado Springs Fire Department and United States Forest Service announced that 346 homes were destroyed and two people died during the course of the fire in the Mountain Shadows neighborhood. On the night of June 26, the Waldo Canyon Fire became the most destructive fire ...
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