Red Crags Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... our total monthly outgoings at the Villas including utilities; and booked the Big Meal tomorrow at The Craftwood Inn www.craftwood.com ! No pictures so please don't hassle us, but once ensconced on Friday we will fill y'all in. Meanwhile we have nice suite at Days Inn overlooking the creek and distant Pikes so should enjoy comfortable two nights here which are of course richly deserved. Thanksgiving Wishes extend to ...
... open are posted at 70 to 75 mph. Some interstate at 80, so you can make good time. The area around Lubbock was active with farmers tilling their fields. Some would have made great pics, but we had to move on. Also show lots of oil/gas drilling rigs. It was dark by the time we hit the hill country, so didn't get to experience. Got a motel room in Junction for $45 so was ...
... in thus case are beautiful red rocks worn by years. They rise vertically out of the ground at 90 degree angles. The red of the rocks and the blue if the sky make for stunning contrasts. The sun was setting behind the Rockies glowing against the red faces of the rocks. We felt compelled to hike and so we walked for over an hour surrounded by these peaks and colors. Climbers were attempting to scale them. Hikers enjoyed the colors and crisp air. Rabbits pounced around in ...
... colour gold that I quite liked but was very different to anything else that I had seen. I tried on several different designs while G tried on some Native American silver. We explained what I was looking for and the extremely helpful lady suggested that we tried next door in Russell Design Studio where he made and designed his own jewellery. His pieces were stunning. There wasn't really ...
... at the menu, couldn't cope with decision-making - we had just been sitting there holding hands across the table. The after-shock of that drive stays with me still.
The interstate was clear of snow in usual US style. Snow-ploughed drifts were beginning to be built at the sides, everywhere we looked was white except for the interstate. No concept that all that white must have fallen on the tarmac as well. We drove happily onto Manitou Springs.