Fairfield Inn Colorado Springs Air Force Academy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... to the train. He wasn't impressed with the Air Force Academy, but we were. As usual, beautiful views surround the place. We marked off an Aerial America moment in the Cadet Chapel. We got a great family picture inside and a whole group pic outside. Lucas drove right up to the stadium, where they were set up for graduation. After a drive through Manitou Springs, we made it to the Cog Rail depot. As Lucas waited for a parking spot to open up, we got our ...
... gave us $30,000 more for our Montana than we paid for it 6 years ago. We really feel like this one is going to meet all of our needs. (except the one that keeps our bank account in check) Our Montana was 37 ft. long and 360 square feet. The Redwood in 40 ft long and 410 square feet. There is a lot more storage and the storage under the 5th wheel is heated--so we avoid frozen pipes in the future!
... Our drive took us past an army base, through canyons and up the majestic mountains. We drove past Monarch ski resort which was small and near the top of the continental divide. The weather was perfect for a Sunday afternoon drive. We reached the BlueMesa Reservoir which is a very large body of water connected by fingers of streams and rivers. We love this place and are fascinated by the fact that this is the only body of water for miles. Much different ...
... tracts and Bibles of Martin Luther, including a little-known letter written the night before Luther’s excommunication
§ An undocumented large fragment of the Tyndale New Testament, apparently published while he awaited execution
§ Numerous items illustrating the contribution of Jews and Catholics to the King James translation of the Bible and other historical effects
Steve Green President, Hobby Lobby Hobby Lobby began ...
... up our antennae to catch local TV signals, and be able to zone in for our trip to Moab on that link. We really do not want to miss the final dance off on Dancing with the Stars next Monday! So we rolled onward, delighted the winds were light and mostly at our rear.
The real challenge was reaching Colorado Springs at the end of the work-day, merging into I-25 in the rain, to find the RV park. Hmmm….we had a bit of a time of it, but ...