Lennox House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
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... Zoey. At 1700 they lower the flag with more bugle playing and canon fire. This happens everyday , and we can hear it each time. We left the campground early, and drove out to Pikes Peak Road. We stopped on the way and bought sandwiches at Panera . We picnicked on the way up the mountain at a nice little picnic area. We saw a gravel road to the right, we gotta Jeep Wrangler Sport ..he'll yeah. Took some ...
Today is the big day! I am traveling from Colorado Springs, CO, USA to Birmingham, UK. I had to wake up nice and early at 330 am for this trip. This is my second international trip (first was to the Bahamas) and first international trip alone. I arrives at the airport at 425am. The airport was empty so checking in and going through security was easier and faster than normal.
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... we ended up sitting in some comfy chairs by the big fireplace since the restaurant was booked. I taught the kids how to play shuffleboard. I think they really enjoyed knocking each others pucks off the board more than anything.
After dinner it was off to early bed since we had a big day of driving ahead as we continue westward. Destination for tomorrow is Grand Junction, Colorado. Broadmoor was a nice stop on our quest for the West Coast.
... than I imagined it to be. When I first started researching Colorado Garden of the Gods was on my must see list and I was not at all disappointed. It is like the rocks are on fire at sunset. We are considering driving by tomorrow morning as well on the way out to the mountains as there is a great loop road with view points around the park itself with great views. I suspect the mountains can be viewed from there with the sun on their faces in the morning light. ...
... forcing their way through my pores, we set off once more for the last leg of our mammoth journey, that would see us skim past the Oklahoma pan handle and cut the corner of New Mexico before hitting the Southern border of Colorado. With the territory getting ever more mountainous as we began to skirt alongside the spine of the Rocky mountains. Our extremely friendly hosts, Fletch and Mouse, showed us around their place and made us feel at home, offering up use ...