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... a dirt road. The local said we could travel about halfway back to Florissant, turn west to Guffey, and then southeast to Canyon City. That would add untold miles to the already long journey.
I remembered another road out of Cripple Creek, the Gold Camp Road. That road, although it is dirt, goes to Colorado Springs. I opted to go that route. We drove through Cripple Creek ...
... reminder of why we do this and why we're building and why we're biking, why this whole summer is worth it. Kim and I talk about this a lot, actually: not a lot of people actually know what affordable housing is. So when people ask what we're doing, we tell them that we're cycling across America because we believe everyone deserves a safe and affordable home, and unfortunately, not everyone has that. It was good to hear her story. And when we did our 'Let's Get Fired Up!' ...
... Springs, the area of last years Waldo Canyon
Wildfires. Today we were 30 minutes ahead of a thunderstorm that
crossed over the burn scar area. It rained on the burn scar for just
fifteen minutes, dumping only .6 inches of rain. From our campground
tonight we watch, on TV, news of the flash flooding, mud slides and
road closings along the route we traveled. After a wildfire, the
... an address snafu, we drove about 20 minutes to get to a place that was about a mile away.
Got to Fort Logan National Cemetery in plenty of time to visit Cindy's Mom's grave, and then dress up in the RV and still get to the start location on time. Service went well. The rifle volley and taps are always moving.
... so it was a gamble but it was still raining and we had nothing else we could do in the rain. It did look as though it was clearing in one direction according to radar. We get up there and it says its still open to 13 which is how far we got before. The guy said they have been plowing non-stop all day but can’t get the road cleared. So we start the drive up anyway. You never know what you can see and there is wildlife on the ...