Crestwood Suites Of Colorado Springs
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Today we drove from Gunnison to Colorado Springs. We had some stunning views of the mountains as we made our way over the continental divide. We stopped at the top of Monarch Pass, and got a small summer cable car to the summit (12012ft). From there we could see for miles, although it was pretty breezy at the top! We even managed to see a ...
... so he liked it pretty well. Larry got a 1/2 pound cheeseburger that came with nothing else. It was big enough he didn't need anything else. I got a whole carafe of ice water and "The Golden" a chicken curry over couscous with spinach and topped with sun-dried tomatoes, green onions and sliced almonds. It was delicious.
We returned to our room where I wrote the blog. In the middle of writing Derek skyped us to tell us that he made ...
... girls also experienced practicing grinding some corn (what the children would have been put to work doing at that time), and enjoyed coming home with an archery set, to practice with at their house...We picked up some pizza and headed to Tony's home that evening to see him and his family, also so Tony could argue a little bit of politics later that night (and clean up on movie trivia... ;)
Laura and I took some girl time out the next morning to ...
And no, I don't mean me and Derek cuddled, I mean we went to a WOLF PRESERVE and we got to PLAY WITH THEM! Yes originally I only made us go to tease Derek with wolf jokes, but WOW! We paid for the VIP package, which was a lot, but holy **** guys DEREK AND I GOT TO HUG AND PET AND GET KISSES FROM WOLVES!
Don't even know how to explain how AWESOME that was. Seriously. Wolves. Also, man, they're big! This one dude wolf stood up and put his paws on ...
... a Colorado native, I have never gone rafting. The place I selected to stop at was No Name. In addition to being a rest stop, there is also a camping area that offers a zip-line. At one point I saw rafters going downstream and zip-liners going by overhead. It all looked like fun.
Another hour or so farther east we stopped at the top of Vail Pass for a quick break. It is just a beautiful setting. I really liked seeing the ...