Days Inn South Circle
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... vertically by the huge forces caused by the uplift of the Rocky Mountains. It is very unusual to be able to walk around on grassy lawns, and then all of a sudden, a peak rises straight up before you. People can drive around and look or climb these unique monoliths – very impressive.
After that, we drove over to the base of Pike's Peak to take the Cog Railway to the top. There is a ...
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... the Michigan/Norte dame game and enjoyed a wonderful meal. The place was designed for families with games and even a bowling ally for fun. We walked around the grounds before retiring for the night. There were 2 weddings taking place on the grounds and the place was buzzing with families and people outside enjoying the beauty of the night. Jim and I both commented on how we would like to bring the family back here someday for a ...
... the Assistant Vice President of Hobby Lobby Art/Creative.
In 2009, the Green Family purchased its first biblical artifact. Today Steve devotes half his time to what has become known as The Green Collection, among the world’s newest and largest private collections of rare biblical texts and artifacts. The collection of more than 40,000 biblical antiquities will eventually become the core of an international, non-sectarian museum of the Bible and ...
... carnival and won lots of little treats. Tymber and Canyon both climbed to the top of the climbing wall--a first! We went by the Hawkquest display and the kids were mesmerized by the bald eagle. We learned a lot about birds of prey from the excellent volunteers. Most spectacular was our national symbol, the bald eagle and how appropriate that it being Independence Day to learn more about this incredible animal.
The Hawkquest team was so good that the ...