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... explain. The temperature here seems to drop within a space of 15 minutes from shorts and t-shirt to "I think my balls have frost bite" hence why I recommend jeans after 6pm...you never know when that change is coming. Jeans are also recommended for horse riding something I have begun to enjoy more and more. We rode through the Garden of the Gods a beautiful piece of land on which supposedly 'God' had put these amazing rock sculptures. I kid of ...
... From white landscape to brown. We arrive in Colorado Springs at 6:00. Stopped at Hacienda to give Rod some business. He didn't need any,as their was a wait line. Upstairs was open setting so we went up. There were a few open seats. Happy to see the place is busy.
We had a great trip with a total of 2575 miles drive. It is not a bad two day drive to South Padre. Will be doing it again, but not sure ...
... and we took advantage and had sandwiches for lunch. After lunch we climbed a mother small pass into the Florissant Valley. From the top, you can see several 14000 foot high peaks known as the Collegiate Mountains, each named for an Ivy League school. It is an impressive sight, but usually these peaks have snow on them. This year, there was no snow. The next valley was much more beautiful than I remembered from my last drive through here. It was forested with piņon ...
... was only mid-afternoon when we arrived so we set off into town to re-visit old haunts and find some new ones. Almost all the shops and cafes are in same street as the motel. We window-shopped. I tried on some clothes. We browsed some galleries and craft shops. We stopped for a Mate tea (G) and a smoothie (me) in the Mate Factor Cafe. This is a great place to unwind; solid wood tables ...
... to fall but down here it was just snow. Not fun but not so incredibly frightening either. I looked at the map. There was a town called Walsenberg just before the Interstate. I suggested that we stopped there.
The snow had almost stopped when we reached Walsenberg but there was 4 inches of snow on the ground. The main road through wasn't too dreadful thanks to moving traffic but there wasn't anywhere obvious to stop. ...