Lennox House Bed and Breakfast
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... on the other side of the doors and no one was near to help! After about ten minutes of just staring at a glass door, a nice young man opened the door for us and let us through. I don't know what we would have done!
The day at Disney was absolutely MAGICAL! As soon as Courtney and I passed through the gates we bought ourselves Mickey Ears and wore them throughout the entire day! Our first stop was Disneyland - the park where Sleeping Beauty's castle ...
... staying with and told him we were going to be late to the wedding. The traffic was horrible. I compared it to Chicago rush hour.
So the night before as we were heading out of the mountains near Denver it was raining in Manitou Springs. In an area know for flooding, It flooded. As we made out way slowly up 24 we seen some of the damage. Large piles of dirt lined the North side of the highway. Large ...
... but the ones we've seen, including a place in Stowe, have been very large and unbelievably expensive. Figured I'd have to settle for a beaver or a squirrel. Today we got a little 12 inch bear which we have named Manny since we got him in Manitou Springs.
Didn't see any wild life on our train trip but that changed after we got back to the motel. A deer slowly walked through the parking lot and nibbled on some leaves. He ...
... the giraffe area. This zoo is so confusing. You have to cross roads and wander down areas that are shared by staff so you never know where you are or where you are going. There is a school group feeding the giraffes so I thought we could come back later. We pass by a building which I assume is used for education and possibly cleaning the animals. It smelled so bad I almost vomited passing it! Then Jym went IN and I had to see what it was so I went in ...
... out early while it is still cool but soon work up a sweat on this extreme climb. The old railroad ties are sometimes out of place and spaced far apart, especially for a boy Chris' size. But, carrying our camelback water bottles we stay with the task at hand, stopping when needed to rest or enjoy the views. At one point we see the summit. Or, do we? On arriving at the top we discover it is not the top at all. It is what is called a "false summit". There is more climbing to ...