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... springs were outdoors; we allowed Cameron to dip his legs in one of them (he thought it was a bit like a dirty bath).
It was a short journey over to Durango so en route we headed to the Mesa Verde National Park in the morning. The place is known for its Pueblo villages carved into the cliffs. They are very well preserved - not bad for structures built more than 800 years ago (the kiva structures are particularly impressive for their ingenuity). We visited two ...
... journey and for all your kind comments, concerns and even questions! If in any way I can help with your travels just feel free to reach out to me! Who knows, maybe I will just have to keep blogging about the beautiful land of Colorado Springs.
I sincerely hope my stories opened up the doors to worlds you have each desired to visit. And just like the little boy said to me a few days ago, "it is your moment."
Yesterday, today and tomorrow are ...
... my personal stuff that came in the containers arrived at Colorado Springs...woohoo! August 24 I left Colorado Springs for Philadelphia, I was going there for 12 days as project manager of the "Made in America" festival. Arrived at the hotel I met up with my mixed crew, 50%25 Europeans and 50%25 Americans. It was gonna be a tough build, while we were in front of the "Rocky Steps" and had a limited boneyard. The road in front of the ...
... and dinner. It is just down the street from the hotel and the food was really good. By the time we had finished dinner, the storm had passed and the sun had come out. Lovely views from our hotel balcony. We also met a couple of local girls, cross Pit Bull and American Staffy, who were 3 months old. Sooo cute!
Tomorrow, depending on the weather (storms are predicted), we are going to check out Pikes ...
... the top of the mountain like you would not believe but we weren’t there that long. I just couldn’t get warm. I crawled into bed and shivered for a half hour. Then we got back on the road and did the Pike’s Peak drive AGAIN for the sunset. We hit traffic and were 5 minutes late (they shut the road down to people heading up at 5) but Jym talked the ranger into letting us try to head up. They were very kind and actually radioed ahead ...