Extended Stay America - Colorado Springs - West
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After Jan's online class this morning, we repacked the car and loaded the dog for the last time, and started for home. We had kind-of, half-heartedly decided that we were finished with sight-seeing and we would just head home, but we didn't get far...only blocks, really...when Bob suggested that we drive through Colorado National Monument since we were here. And we were so glad we did!
We entered the Rim Rock Trail Road at the south entrance and stopped ...
... the nice things about Colorado Springs, the sun shines here almost every day, even in wintertime. And I can tell you, it makes a difference. Even when it's cold, it warms you up on the in- and outside.
At the office we are very busy to prepare the upcoming summer. At the end of January we had 2 projects for the Superbowl going on in NYC. The teams on the Superbowl were the Broncos (Denver, CO) and the Seahawks (Seattle, ...
... through Loveland and then got on I-25 south to 470 the Tollway Outerbelt of Denver. They took a picture of our license plate and we will get a bill in the mail for the toll. We don't know what it will be until it comes. Before long we saw the exit for the Airport and before we knew it we were dropping Erin off to fly home to Seattle.
Larry and I headed west from the airport and then south on 270 toward Colorado Springs. We didn't get far ...
... there were loads of wind turbines dotting the flat plains of Kansas. However, further west small oil rigs graced the landscape. It is pretty amazing how people could come out to this barren landscape with practically nothing and eke out a living. The pioneers were a special breed of people.
Had lunch in Colby KS. Mom had salad and I had ...
... god, what a nice welcome! When I woke up Tuesday there was like 2-3 cm of snow...yep, this is Colorado! I was working the whole day for the European offices (Queensday for the Dutch, Rammstein for the Germans) with a bit of catching up with the American colleagues. In the evening I kept on working... Wednesday was 50% US and 50% European. Tonight we were gonna go for 'chicken wings all you can eat' at Hooters, it was Patrick, Casey and myself. After that I had to pack for going ...