Crossland Economy Studios - Colorado Springs - Airport
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... place to tour and see. This a a very recognizable 4 year college for the Air Force and the ones who go through there are very proud. The school and training appear to be very intense to teach these young people how to become leaders in this world. After seeing tis, Zach is really interested in attending here.
... attention today was "death" and “St. Francis”. There are multiple sculptures installed on the lawn area in front of the building. I enjoy the large sculpture of the Latino dancers. I also appreciate the art deco styling of the building itself. The lines are striking.
Once the museum opened, the main draw was the exhibit, ...
We knew the hardest part of this our new adventure be leaving the ones we love. We have never lived far from the Massey's. In fact before we sold our house, we were only 5 blocks apart.
We were able to spend some real quality time together before we left. We were trying to capture every minute we can together. The last few days were the hardest.
... nice drives in the area, and a couple of cute little towns to check out, so not a complete waste.
As we didn't bother seeing any of Colorado Springs and felt a little bit bad so decided to stop at nearby Manitou Springs which lies slightly West of CS, and boy are we glad we did!
Manitou Springs is a lovely little European looking town which spreads up and away from Fountain Creek, residential stuff on one side and commercial stuff on the other. ...
... some wooziness, but was happy to find I could still inhale easily. Phyl purchased some just-out-of-the-pan cake doughnuts for us. We each munched on just 1/2 of one...but the yummy treat was gooey and delectable with nutmeg and cinammon.
In reverse sitting positions on the way down the mountain, we could see things we might have missed on the climb. We ...