BEST WESTERN PLUS Peak Vista Inn & Suites
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... sup>wheel. After exhaustive of research we realized it isn’t realistic for me (Lisa) to get into a semi regularly.
Today we brought home our new tow vehicle… a 2014 Ram 3500. It has crazy tow capacity (30,000 pounds). We will easily be able to tow our 5thwheel and then tow the jeep behind the 5th wheel. We ...
... title is Water Fowl Control Officer. Driving the cart was Troy who was a grounds keeper with Ruger and although he didn't train Ruger or pay for any of his expenses, he took him home each night and was never without him. They even drove to Michigan in May together to visit Troy's family. We had a nice conversation about dogs and the Boardmoor. Our time was short at the Boradmoor but we fully intend to return again someday but it was time to hit the road and head ...
... and commentaries
§ The earliest-known, near-complete translation of the Psalms to (Middle) English, including the Canticles and commentary predating Wycliffe’s translation by some 40 years
§ An undocumented copy of Wycliffe’s New Testament in (Middle) English
§ A number of the earliest printed texts, including a large portion of the Gutenberg Bible and the world’s only complete Block Bible in private hands
... about the history of the caves and trivia from over the years. For example, the cave still has an original Thomas Edison light bulb from a century ago. According to our tour guide it still lit properly for their centennial celebration!
After the tour we took a ride through portions in nearby Garden of the Gods, the #1 attraction in Colorado as rated by Trip Advisor. With more time it would have been a great place to ...
We stayed at Colorado Springs Monday night. We got up Tuesday morning and traveled to the top of Pike's Peak- over 14,000 feet toward the sky. Ears popped many times and I had to hold my breathe as we drove around many of the curves, especially going up. Guard rails were few and far between. We felt a little light headed as we reached the top. Of course, we had to get a picture a the very top saying "we made it". ...