Extended Stay America - Colorado Springs - West
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Took the 'Model A' for a spin around the mountains. Ran like a dream.
Visited the 'Western Jubilee Recording Company' in Colorado Springs.
Country singing legend, Don Edwards often performs there to an invited audience. Owner is a good friend of Willy's.
The entire building is pretty much a museum dedicated to Western music as well as a recording studio. Definitely worth the visit.....
... town. We then spent several hours at the Cripple Creek Heritage Center, where they had wonderful displays on the history of the town and gold mining industry. Leaving Cripple Creek we headed over several back roads, some of them dirt,
to the “American Eagle Overlook” this was an overlook on the mining company’s property that overlooked a huge open pit gold mining operation. From the overlook the trucks ...
... and if we aren't back on the train we will have to hike down the hill!
As soon as we exit the train we are all struck by some dizziness and so we head into the buildings to grab a seat for a few minutes and to buy some of the fresh hot donuts that the ...
... to swerve a lot more due to crosswinds (or more logically the crosswinds were very strong... whatever!). Once we had driven thriugh Denver and were on our way towards Wyoming, the weather took a turn for the worse. It started with a bit of a drizzle, which turned into light rain, and ended up with a mile or two of heavy rainsuch that the windscreen wipers couldn't clear it quick enough, and we had to slow down to 60 mph ...
... quiet for the rest of the night. Oh well, you can't complain for free. The drive to Colorado Springs today was very easy even though we went over a 9300' pass is was very gradual. We will be here 3 days and then off to the flat lands of Kansas. Lucky our son, Andy, is in Denver on business so we will be seeing him tomorrow for dinner.