Glen Eyrie Castle & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... marina. A perfect day for sure!
Thursday, September 25th, - Colorado Springs to Russell, KS
A 340+ mile drive, we drove across the flattest parts of East Colorado and Western Kansas for most of the day. We arrived late afternoon and after setting up camp, we hustled over to cousins Jim & Judy's for a quick visit. An evening of rousing conversations and a meal of venison made our brief visit very special and memorable.
Saturday May 17, 2014
This morning we headed north on I-25 to exit 156 and the Air Force Academy. The academy is nestled between I-25 and the “Front Range” of the Rocky Mountains on a huge track of
land. It is an area of some flat areas but it is mostly steep hills. There were no guided tours available, but we did watch an orientation film at the visitor’s center and ...
... I try a puff or two and this does make me feel instantly better.
The views from here are beautiful and the day is nice and clear. We can see the road that you can drive and also the paths which can be walked. We considered driving up but decided to take this ...
... It's a long walk down!
One of the delightful experiences we encountered on the trip was our seat-mates, Erline and Mike who were a delightful couple from Texas heading to the state of Washington. We had great conversations both going up and returning.
On the way home we stopped and picked up some dinner and had it back in our room.
Another day has come to an end, God bless all my blog readers and our new friends on the clog ...
... ride of 8000+ feet above Colorado Springs took 1.5 hours. We learned that last week dropped 36" on the mountain, and we saw more and more evidence of that as we climbed. About 3PM we topped at the Observation Area for refreshments.
The view was breathtaking, to be sure! In fact, some of the 120 or so passengers sought oxygen assistance! I too ...