Glen Eyrie Castle & Conference Center
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... the academy with Jim and hearing all about being a cadet. We began the tour by watching a video of a cadet through the first year. It was certainly interesting and eye opening. It’s hard to believe all they go through. We saw the Air Force Chapel with its interesting architecture. Jim played the organ about 36 or so years ago so he was glad that I got to see the building. On the lower level there was a very beautiful Catholic Chapel, ...
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Monday, September 22nd - Colorado Springs, CO.
No professional help was available to fix our water heater. With some direction from a nice mobile RV repair fellow, Dex spent the morning working on getting our water heater while I did laundry.
Dex managed to get the hot water working again which left us time in the midafternoon to visit with friends, Bill & Ruth at their home before joining in on a ...
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valleys. From the top the view was unbelievably beautiful, and being a clear day we could see a fantastic distance, even though it was cold we stood there transfixed by the beauty. After returning to the depot we drove throughthe quant town of Manitou Springs, which is a thriving community of stores and restaurants. We then returned to thecamper. This was definitely a day to remember.
... agent, at least for today). Melanie gave me a paper voucher and told me to walk about 40 feet down to the American ticket counter - where I met YeVonda and got my new tickets. So as I begin this new journey, I begin it with a story. 5 hours waiting in my hometown airport, and I've held boarding passes for 5 different flights but haven't yet left the ground. While some might be frustrated or frazzled, I simply try to appreciate what life brings me, adapt,and enjoy the ...
The last couple days of our road trip were pretty mellow. We had a Pretty lazy morning on Wednesday in Cripple Creek. We all slept in and decided to take our time packing up. We had a beautiful deck on our cottage that overlooked town and the weather was gorgeous. We spent some time relaxing and enjoying the view.
As we were packing up the van Lesley noticed That there were four donkeys ...