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Monday May 19, 2014
Today was a beautifully clear sunny morning, and we headed to the town of “Manitou Springs” and the “Pikes Peak Cog Railway”. After picking up our tickets we boarded the
train for our round trip ride from the depot to the summit of Pikes Peak, the ride
takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes each way with about ...
... and then we move from building to building looking at the old games. Tron, Asteroids, Zork, Dig Dug and Ms Pacman to name just a few. We pass a little time here and then head over to lunch.
We head over to the train station and prepare to board our Swiss cog train ...
... where we were going.. what fun! But we got to Casper in the end, not a very large town. But once again a good halfway stop on our way to MT. The hotel is right on the highway, so easy access for tomorrow. Went across the road for mexican for dinner. Very nice little restaurant witih excellent service staff, and quite cheap too. Anyway, off for breakfast now (writing this on the 25th), more updates on our drive to Bozeman tonight. ...
... States, located 10 miles (16 km) west of the city of Colorado Springs. Pikes Peak is composed of a characteristic pink granite called Pikes Peak granite. The color is due to a large amount of potassium feldspar. ]
Dave's wife Dianne did not join us, saying she is fearful of heights. She shopped the ecclectic shops below in Manitou Springs instead. The ...
... but the older ones are full of HOLES and haven’t been painted and are just cheap and unattractive. Maybe spend more money on the enclosure and not these hideous cheap ****** statues. Or maybe someone could make some DECENT statues to enhance the area. My point is that there are 1000 things this zoo could do to improve itself and it seems that they just focus on the new exhibits and forget the old ones. It’s a travesty. What is even ...
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