Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Colorado Springs North/Air Force Academy
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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This is when it gets hard. You get sort of attached to the girls and start to see personalities. Some are very obvious...you know they won't make the first cut. But still, you feel for them. Crying in the parking lot, parents consoling, and sometimes parents upset. But with life comes adversity. We went from 150 kids, down to 92, and now we have 70. All want one of the twelve spots. Two more cuts to go. ...
... Colorado, which continued to look like Kansas. The land doesn't know where we made state borders; it just evolves and changes as it should.
We made a stop at a Denny's in Limon for dinner, which served less than stellar food (Mac almost broke a tooth on the chicken tenders), but we enjoyed the kid's versions of Mad Libs at the table and a quick game of Uno while we waited for dinner. Note: don't order salad in a breakfast place.
... we got was -25 degrees Celsius!!! But by these temperatures it is also cool to have an outdoor Jacuzzi experience.
And yep, being this close to the mountains, I decided to take snowboard classes. Last week Wednesday I had my first full day class. Oops, that can hurt on the butt. But I enjoyed it and in the upcoming weekend I will go for another class.
Cheers and maybe the next update will come faster...
... of course, clambered into the balloon followed by the special man in her life. The Go Pros were attached with cable ties and all was ready for the lift off. It was stunning. Don't have the words to describe floating above the world below,looking over lakes (and water treatment plants) and to the mountains beyond. All too soon it was time to descend at 800 feet per minute. We floated over a small lake to a paddock where one of the ...
... calm. We had our own private dune and enjoyed the breeze (although it did make the sand fly all over). After a couple of hours, we decided to muster up the strength for the walk back to the car. All in all this might have actually been the perfect park to end our journeys. Instead of multiple walking hikes this one only had the sand and it was up to us how far we wanted to go. Since we had never been to the Sahara or any other sandy desert, this was a totally new and ...