BEST WESTERN PLUS Peak Vista Inn & Suites
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... I didn't let him finish. "No! Thanks!" He laughed and said he wanted to make sure I didn't have a mechanical. That especially motivated me, I hated walking at all but I was getting to the top of this mountain under my own power! It felt great to be so determined!
Finally, after 2 hours and 16 minutes, I rolled over the top to the summit, pumping my fist into the air as I did! At 14,110 feet, this is easily the highest point I've ever stood on ...
... but I'd have to say when you have just seen Arches National Park and Monument Valley it was never going to be as impressive as those! Of course we spent some time and money in the gift shop! Then we headed out to the Cliff Dwellings At Manitou Springs. This is the original housing styles of the local indians, imbedded into rock. It was very interesting to explore.
The evening was completed at my good ...
... at his sale. He was really busy most of the day. He really enjoys going to Estate Sales and Auctions to buy second hand stuff and then resells it out of his building. He is going to Marion on Wednesday to an Estate Sale on the Boulevard which is the posh part of town. Then I finished the blog. Larry saw on his iPad that Erin had checked in at the Seattle Airport so she got home safely. Back to work tomorrow for her. This being retired is really cool.
1. Colorado can be really hot
2. It is possible for Filipinos to be even louder (just put on a scary movie)
3. Something is making me sleepy (all the food, high altitude, the heat, catching up on lost sleep? I choose to blame all of this instead of laziness).
Sean and Cam have definitely ...
... and from there straight to Colorado Springs. All went well and I arrived on time. Instead of a warm welcome it was freezing and some powder snow. Casey was picking me up and dropping me off at the hotel. After checking in he drove me to the back of the hotel, passing by a Toyota 4Runner and he was able to open that car. I was wondering if he does that a lot trying to open other cars...this without realising that Stageco US bought me a nice SUV instead of leasing a Subaru. ...