Linda Goodman'S Miracle Inn
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... her grandson got in the middle and yelled with Jamie. Our site supervisors and Lori's other grandchildren were in the circle, too; I like when other folks join in, it makes it more fun. They reignite the excitement and promise of the day and the opportunity for faith. The actual building today was a little tricky; there was some arguing between supervisors on correct measurements and lengths and we were caught a bit in the middle. Everything sorted itself out eventually. ...
Phantom Canyon Road follows the bed of the Florence and Cripple Creek Railroad. Vehicles over 25 feet are not allowed and 4wd and high clearance are recommended, but as you will see not really necessary, but that isn't the point. The point is the 2nd picture you come to...we think it maybe the same idiot we saw before and blogged about. But, at any rate, he is taking a Class ...
... road splits there,
one way to Telluride, the other to Ouray and across the Red Mtn. Pass
@ 11075' to Silverton. Both great day trips. Ouray might be our first choice after Silver City, NM.
From there to Black Canyon of the
Gunnison River National Park where we spent two nights. Another auto-tour
of the canyon, top to bottom with a bear, where a tunnel, over a mile
... photos, including waiting many minutes to get some pictures of the whole chapel with no people in them.
One tidbit I should mention: this chapel is the Protestant chapel. Downstairs, in the basement, are a Catholic chapel, a Jewish chapel, and a Buddhist chapel. We did not tour those as we were upstairs in the Protestant chapel right up to closing, and ran out of time. The Wikipedia link above has photos.
... Cripple Creek & Victor Gold Mining Company at work. The gold is now strip mined, and they produce $1m of gold a day, but it is a scar on the landscape.
When we arrived back in Cripple Creek we stopped off at the Cripple Creek & Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad; unfortunately it's not yet open for the season, but Cliff managed to get a few photos.
As we headed back towards Colorado Springs it ...