Crossland Economy Studios - Colorado Springs - Airport
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... amongst the rocks :-) from there we made our way down the mountains and past a huge military base called Fort Carson- it was like a city in itself from what we could see (obviously we couldn't get in to explore!!!). Then it was on to Colorado Springs. From about 40 miles out we could see the weather in the mountains was looking ...
... 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.
... in the cute downtown of their neighborhood, called Old Colorado City - I love visiting places like this, because I have to drive to Mt. Dora around here to find a variety of non-chain/gift shops in one place (and I haven't been there in ages - the 50-min. drive doesn't help...). WOULD have stayed longer, if not for the guys calling to say it was time to head to the zoo with the kids (our last stop was this place, I adored it! So beautiful decorated ...
... to kiss me and he was taller than me! The woman said he's about seven feet tall like that and over one-forty so not only does he weigh the same, if not more, but he's taller than me!
Poor Derek. The wolves don't like him. He only got a couple to even eat food from him. He had to give it to me to feed to them. But it was okay. The big dude I mentioned, he let Derek pet him and gave him wolfy kisses.
Seriously guys. Wolf. Kisses!
Before we ever left Madrid, I bought tickets for the Sky Sox baseball game on July 4. I figured what better way to celebrate the 4th of July than with a baseball game and fireworks display after the game. Unfortunately, due to all of the fires active in Colorado at the time, the authorities had canceled the fireworks display. We certainly understood, but we were disappointed.
Prior to the game we had a family ...