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... finally at 8:00-ish. Oh well! Mark took first shift driving, always staying about 8 miles above the speed limit to make good time without getting a ticket. Across Missouri via I-70, we settled in for the long drive. Today we would try to make it to Colorado Springs, so about 12 hours of driving. Mac and Josie are excellent car trip kids. They slept, played on phones and I-Pads and annoyed each other, but all in good fun.
Josie was crest ...
... the surrounding area but realized going up Pikes Peak would not be good for Jim's altitude problems, the chapel at the Air Force. Academy was closed because of a football game on campus and the heat steered us away from exploring the Garden of the Gods. So on this hot day, we headed to the pool instead of exploring. The infinity pool was beautiful and overlooked the ponds and wonderfully landscaped grounds. People were ...
... We spent a whole day (minus the four hours of driving and one hour stopping to eat barbeque) at a hot springs resort. The hot springs were located along a river, so we experienced both the hot and the cold. We also got to chill at their pools (although one was really a giant hot tub where we boiled instead of chilled), and relax in their poolside lounge chairs. We all got pruney multiple times and were probably ...
... we would spend in our Terry. We enjoyed vacations, long weekends and even overnight stays in Monument. We decided we would start looking for a smaller 5th wheel, so that we can easily get into State parks. Our dream to retire and travel around the United States in a 5th wheel continues to grow.
We started “window ...
... it is much scarier driving up Pikes Peak than coming back down
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