Comfort Inn South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... it had started to come down a little hard. However when we arrived back at the pantry the sum was out again making a perfect setting for the gazebo pictures. The north pole, santa's workshop was next in the agenda. It cost $18 each to enter and that included all the rides. It is a cashless park so they give you cards ( like old library cards) and all the venders and shops write down what you have brought. A very clever idea really It would make people spend alot more money ...
... I was going to keep going by myself. My group, they're fantastic; they told me exactly what I didn't want to hear and told me I shouldn't go. I listened and they were right. When the van picked us up (and we picked up Jamie and Kim, too) we drove through miles of traffic and a sand storm. I'm grateful for my ride group today (Alicia, Jacob, Katie, and sweep (Lorraine and Christine)). -Showers at the Y -Town Hall -Clean kitchen, bins and bring bikes in -Blog -Sleep ...
... situated in low income schools and it's mission is to "empower young people to own their economic success." The programs definitely complimented my pursuits to attain higher education and serve my community. I've mentored other students, participated in many of JA's special events like their hall of fame and leadership conferences, and have truly felt that JA's mission is my calling. Last year in July I was selected as a Keynote Speaker for JA's ...
... but to get out and walk between the formations allows you close up views. Note the pictures of the cavities in the walls and the birds that have built nests in those cavities. Big horn sheep have been seen in there, but we didn't see any. Any you can also get permits to climb the rocks, but there weren't any climbers today either. Enjoy the pictures and tomorrow we post from Pikes Peak, which by the way is the tallest mountain you see in the background of some of the pictures.