Crossland Economy Studios - Colorado Springs - Airport
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... Sanctuary, a 60 miles round trip from Colorado Springs (passing through the outskirts of Denver) before checking in to our hotel (in Colorado Springs). Unfortunately, we travelled on the Monday...yes, you guessed it, the centre is closed on a Monday. Best laid plans and all that. The following day was shaping up a lot better, we decided to go to the downtown area and headed to a place called 'Poor Richard's' (a bit of an institution in town) - which has a toy ...
... a grocery store after 8pm and get something to eat! I certainly appreciate everything about the United States so much more! God bless America today and always!
Saturday began our journey to Colorado Springs. I have been a student with Junior Achievement since 4th grade. All throughout Elementary, Middle and High School, I was blessed with a volunteer ready to teach my class about financial literacy, career planning and just how to achieve one's dreams. JA ...
... and ate some lunch and played with Lesley and Ray's new computer. Windows 8 is hard.
Around 5ish we made our way to Manitou Springs. This is a really quaint mountain town just outside of Colorado Springs. We wandered around for a couple of hours checking out the shops, the sculptures and the cold spring fed fountains. We had dinner along the river at the Stagecoach Inn and then back ...
... 20 seconds. The smell was unbearable. I blew that off as maybe just a fluke but then we backtracked and looked at the map and decided to head for the penguin exhibit. Again it was indoors and the minute we walked through the door the smell was unreal. This are was also shared with the hippos and it was an open area and also very warm so Jym attributed the smell to that. You could hardly see through the filthy glass to the penguins and it just made me ...
... more difficult because of the thin air in the high altitude at 14,000 ft above sea level. The air was now cold and very windy. We reached the summit and, at 2:15 in the afternoon, we stood on top of "THE PEAK". The temperature was 43 and the wind chill was 38. We were so excited to have reached the summit. We walked around in the cold to experience the views and take photos. Many people congratulated us for making the climb and others could not believe we ...