Days Inn Colorado Springs Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
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... Lee Bates (who was born in Falmouth, MA) was teaching English at Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She remembered, "One day some of the other teachers and I decided to go on a trip to 14,000-foot Pikes Peak. We hired a prairie wagon. Near the top we had to leave the wagon and go the rest of the way on mules. I was very tired. But when I saw the view, I felt great joy. All the wonder of America ...
... she discovered that she left her backpack at home on her bed. Fortunately, she had not packed a lot; just Samantha and Derby, two stuffed animals who have traveled everywhere with us, and her math packet, the latter of which Josie was none to sad to leave behind. She’ll just have to make due.
Mac spotted a convoy of 5 or 6 Corvettes including the first 2014 Corvette Stingray that he has seen. He is always on the lookout for cars.
Finally I hear you all thinking... But here I am alive and kicking!
As many of you have experienced, I have been back in Belgium for a while. It was nice to be back and meet friends and family. In between my visit to Belgium I also travelled to Thailand for a vacation and most important, the wedding of my buddy Pieter. It was an honor to be his best man.
Two weeks relaxing, sun, delicious food, ...
... fox hovered for a moment as the gate opened and our legs dangled over the concrete apron. Then ........... I found myself hurtling above the canyon floor thousands of feet below. Well what could a girl,do but go with the flow and let out a choked scream. As we neared the end of the run I could see the baffle which I knew was going to bring our downward descent to an abrupt end. Backward motion was daunting but I smiled and waved to the camera!
... there is an overlook.
It is from this first overlook that one begins to get an overall picture of the beauty of the Paint Mines. The Paint Mines are different colors of sediment that have been exposed by the forces of erosion. Local lore has it that the Indians had used it for war paint. The colors range from whites to reds to yellows.
The erosion has formed small canyons in the ...