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... On ur first visit in 1971, we drove up in our old Valiant station wagon. This journey was amazing. We even had a smattering of snow. 141005 feet. Highly recommended. Very cold though.
Drove to Denver and stayed at Golden on the western outskirts. Expensive RV park with lots of rules.
Day 17 Thursday 11 June 2015
Went to see Buffalo Bill's grave and museum. Don't think Linton was too keen but we both really enjoyed the museum. He ...
Thursday 11th June
Up early off to Pikes Peak Motorsports hopefully to collect my chain and sprockets, got talking to Canaan and got some great advice on white water rafting and some good rides in the area also got talking to the general manager Chris who was also full of useful information and has ...
... gold camp road called 'the chutes', quite a steep winding little trail where roy came to grief last time he was here .... We stopped at the Old Town Bike Shop and bought a replacement drink bottle for the one Roy bought 16 years ago... We then popped across to a quaint little place called 'The Coffee Exchange' for lunch... Their motto (and shirts) said " friends don't let ...
... winds thru the canyon and valleys as the builders took the path of least resistance. One of the pictures near the beginning show a map of the three routes up to Cripple Creek. The long one on the left is paved. The middle one is called the shelf and winds up the edge of the mountains. But we chose the Phantom Canyon because following the train bed sounded neat...and it ...
... 4 million. Wow! It has 4 chapels inside the 1 structure: the largest houses 125 and a pipe organ with 4000 pipes for the Protestants. The 2nd largest will seat 100 and has a pipe organ with 3000 pipes for the Catholics. The 3rd has seats for 50 for the Buddhists and the 4th for the Jewish of 50 seats. Those last 2 areas contain no musical instruments, just choir areas. We did not have time to see them all, but I'm attaching some photos ...