Days Inn Colorado Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... finally at 8:00-ish. Oh well! Mark took first shift driving, always staying about 8 miles above the speed limit to make good time without getting a ticket. Across Missouri via I-70, we settled in for the long drive. Today we would try to make it to Colorado Springs, so about 12 hours of driving. Mac and Josie are excellent car trip kids. They slept, played on phones and I-Pads and annoyed each other, but all in good fun.
Josie was crest ...
... of course, clambered into the balloon followed by the special man in her life. The Go Pros were attached with cable ties and all was ready for the lift off. It was stunning. Don't have the words to describe floating above the world below,looking over lakes (and water treatment plants) and to the mountains beyond. All too soon it was time to descend at 800 feet per minute. We floated over a small lake to a paddock where one of the ...
... a castle. We also pass the Colorado Air Force Academy, an Olympic training center, and the rodeo hall of fame. We didn't stop as we hope to stop on our way back if there is time. We get to the Garden of the Gods Park and it is beautiful! It is a section of very high and unusual rock formations. The city of Colorado Springs has done a great job of creating and maintaining this ...
... we would spend in our Terry. We enjoyed vacations, long weekends and even overnight stays in Monument. We decided we would start looking for a smaller 5th wheel, so that we can easily get into State parks. Our dream to retire and travel around the United States in a 5th wheel continues to grow.
We started “window ...
... out of the chapel just as the trumpets started sounding something or another. All the cadets in view stopped walking, so we did too. Shortly, they played the Star Spangled Banner, and then everyone started walking again. During this pause, a coyote decided it was a good moment to parade across the parade, and so I got a picture from a long way off. He stopped for the Star Spangled Banner, but I think he was just startled, as after ...