Lennox House Bed and Breakfast
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We have been having problems with our F350 truck. When we started this journey we didn't expect to have to replace this truck. We budgeted for emergencies—we just didn’t plan for this size of unexpected expense this early. Several days the truck had no power—in fact going over Monarch Pass it overheated to the point of needing to pull off to ...
The morning sun shown through the curtains early but because of the time change, we were up early and ready to go. We headed over to the resorts spa and got directions to the canyon close by for a hike. Jim ran and I walked and enjoyed the wonderful rock formations, flowing streams and serenity of the park. We climbed just over 1000 feet and Jim ran about 7 miles. I was to meet Jim at the spa when I returned but of course got distracted by a dog. By the way, dogs ...
... found on recycled parchment under a layer in this rare manuscript.
Highlights of The Green Collection § One of the largest collections of cuneiform tablets in the Western Hemisphere
§ The second-largest private collection of Dead Sea Scrolls, all of which are unpublished and expected to substantially contribute to an understanding of the earliest surviving texts in the Bible
§ The world’s largest private collection of ...
... wait around 45 minutes for the next open tour of the cave. This translated into a long wait touring and retouring the gift shop.
There were two tours available: the Discovery Tour and the Lantern Tour. We chose the Discovery Tour since the wait would be less. The Lantern Tour is a much spookier experience since the only light source is a candle lantern that each person carries. Tymber and I both wanted to the do the ...
... Gods, and as we passed the sign the odds leaned heavier in their favor. We were happy we did, because it really was amazing! The sun came out and really lit up the red rocks, and each structure was different, awe-inspiring, and dwarfing. Plus, we also had a great view of Pike's Peak from there.
Last but not least, it was time to head to the feature of the day: The Castle Rock Outlets. After ...