BEST WESTERN PLUS Peak Vista Inn & Suites
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Hot tub
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... to go ahead and buy one.
We arrived at our campground around 1:00. It is in the high country near some mountains and is very nice and quiet. They don’t have much in the way of grass and most of their landscaping is done with granite rocks and stone. However, it is very pretty.
We left the campground and drove to the Pike’s Peak Highway. It is 19 miles up and 19 miles down. The elevation is over 14,000 ...
... that in only a few short hours I will be boarding a plane to France. I say it now and it is still hard to believe.
My mind is racing with both anxiety and utter joy. I think that is common for beginnings of things.
The next time I write will be from France.
To the beginning of great things, journeys, and callings. May our travels and doings honor our father YHVH and provide an example of his wondrous love.
... choose a picnic table and sort out our dinners. The food is fine ---not gourmet --- but everything tastes fine. The creamed corn is not that slimy stuff from a can but a thick creamy sauce with lots of fresh sweet corn. The beans are also really good spicy tasting cowboy baked beans. As we sit and eat, we notice ...
... and followed a number of small lakes and rivers. We saw snow capped and bare rocks jutting out from stands of pines or aspens. We passed through Leadville heading for Pike's Peak, outrunning two rainstorms and finally experiencing light showers and the threat of more rain when almost to Pike's Peak. We will try to get to the Peak and to some waterfalls tomorrow ...
... were on our way. We only had to circle the airport like twice before we figured out how to get where we needed to go! The rental car place suckered us into some prepaid toll thing for what they call "cashless toll roads" which I don’t really trust. It seemed useful for the route Jenn and I were taking but I am not thinking it would benefit Jym and I at all next week. If anyone knows anything about this let me know. It seems like a scam for ...