Fairfield Inn Colorado Springs South
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... holiday season to be full-timing. But we ended up having one of the coldest December in years. We just couldn't get warm. We had multiple electric heaters running, we were blowing through propane like it was water. Then... frozen pipes!
We had looked at 5th wheels for several months, but didn't expect to get one until we were down south. We had heard there was a lot more inventory ...
... continued on our way towards Telluride and after a shortstop in Gunnison (such a cool town) we arrived at smugglers for dinner around 7:00pm. As always, the drive from Montrose to telluride was beautiful. Large mountain peaks and beautiful landscape took your breath away. My favorite part of the trip for sure. Mom, dad, and our friends Teresa and Bill were at dinner and returned just as we unpacked our bags and got settled. We had arrived and looked forward to a fun ...
... 23rd & Western, and the amount of retail space was increased to approximately 1,000 square feet.
Steve graduated from high school in 1981 and began working full time as the Store Operations Supervisor. He was promoted to Executive Vice President in 2000 and named President of Hobby Lobby Stores in December of 2004. Hobby Lobby is foremost an arts & crafts store, but includes many departments such as hobbies, picture framing, jewelry ...
Oops! It's been a while!
We've been following an itinerary where we sight-see in the morning to early or mid-afternoon, and then eat dinner back at the house followed by a movie and/or karaoke.
I'm not going to take the time to remember EVERYTHING that we've done right now (it was longer than I thought since my last entry).
Some highlights for me were:
Mt. Princeton Hot Springs (that ...
... with a great talk by the head of NORAD [a combined organization of Canada and the United States that provides aerospace warning, air sovereignty, and defense for the two countries.] It was extrememly interesting and entertaining to learn how our USA is defended from natural and supernatural, as well as foreign "surprises". It is comforting to know our folks in Canada and the US have policies in place for almost any situation you ...