Rockledge Country Inn
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... the Rocky Mountains. During the ride we went up grades as steep as 25%.
At the top we were at 14,110 ft. and it may be the highest we have ever been. We are going to have to check how high we were in the Alps in Germany. I started feeling light-headed and so did Derek. We walked through the gift shop and went out to the edge to get a view. There were more clouds by now but there was still blue sky too. We took pictures ...
... was NO place to rest your foot while standing and shaving. Just picture, standing on one foot, other leg lifted, balancing with a razor in your hand, while trying not to fall out of the shower! But we managed and were far too excited to bemoan the tiny shower stall ~ smooth legged and dressed to hike - we headed for the Garden of the Gods. Like every place else so far, this was really easy to find and ...
... was blowing hard and then ashes started to rain down on the deck. Bill packed some more.
Just as we were sitting down to another delicious meal, the phone rang with the evacuation order.
We helped pack pictures (Pat is a professional framer and their home is lovely) and photo albums. The power went out and we used flashlights to unhook the computer, etc. We had to dump some food but packed most of it in coolers. My husband got a ...
This was another one of our stops on the way to Wyoming. Manitou Springs, CO to see the Garden of the Gods. I had seen this gem 14 years ago or so when my husband and I went out to see my sister Donna's new baby. Donna was serving in the army at the time. What ...
... to fall. A third snow plough came down the mountain. We continued to climb and the snow continued to fall. Large flakes straight down. No fussing. Just snow falling and falling and settling and settling. On the road, on the cars in front, on the cars coming down, on our car. The windscreen wipers fought valiantly. The edges of the mirrors and the bonnet gained a centimetre of snow and then an inch of snow. The road ...