Days Inn Colorado Springs Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... forecasted 40 mph winds at the top that could blow us over. At 14,110 feet, 8000 feet above Colorado Springs, it was also 30 degrees colder making it around 40 degrees. The ride was awesome with lots of curves and switchbacks and it often looked like we were riding straight off the edge of the mountain. It really was cold and windy at the top but the views were fantastic. We each had some hot chocolate and one of the supposedly world ...
... there was quite a bit of snow, as you will see in the pictures. But I did a fun hike combining the few trails that were open, including a loop that went down a little ways into the canyon on a snow-covered trail. (There was some butt-sliding involved on the steeper slippery portions.) In the evening I went to an event at the visitor ...
... yesterday for maintenance and a tine up. Then back to host for dinner; Rally Aly and dinner crew DM'd Chipotle and PF Changs. Delicious. I spent the next while organizing our food bins. I'm now on cooler crew and we're responsible for all our food. Our bins were a disaster so Tay and I went through them. I chugged some water because I'm paranoid about altitude sickness; WE START CLIMBING THE ROCKIES TOMORROW! And now I'm blogging. I think that's about it, y'all. Night night. ...
... Unlike Cinderella's castle in Magic Kingdom, you could actually enter the castle here in Paris! The ceilings were high, the windows were stained glass with Sleeping Beauty's entire fairytale and in the center was a giant golden book that read "La Belle au Bois Dormant" - Sleeping Beauty, all covered in rhinestones and a statue of Aurora and her Prince Charming dancing a waltz! We explored the cave of the Pirates of the Caribbean and crossed a bridge that you ...
... The deepest points in the canyons were 30 to 40 feet. So they are not huge, but they are wonderfully unique to explore.
The white formations appear to be a coarse sandstone. The reds and yellows are more of a fine silt. Much of those colors have cracks in them like one would see in the desert. The erosion has created some interesting formations.
Jim was kind enough to take time out of ...