Hampton Inn & Suites Pueblo/North
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Then on to the Pueblo Train Depot which isn't a depot anymore but is a great example of the train depots of old. There are now several businesses in there as well as an event center and based on the list of scheduled events it is well used. The pictures are of various presidents who had come through the depot when they were in office. Sorry I couldn't include Woodrow Wilson -- didn't realize until too late that his picture was way out ...
... 3.59/gal and the bill was $148.00. It will feel really good to get home and drive around in the Leaf again!
We arrived at my niece Cathy and her husband Jim's house around 3:00PM and were able to plug in at their home and an unbelievably level driveway. Had a wonderful dinner with Cathy, Jim, my sister-in-law Barbara, Jim and Cathy's youngest son Jackson and friend Jordan.
Off to bed -- I'll worry about the blog tomorrow. Well, here it is "tomorrow" and all is well.
... like the sound of driving on a wet road. Penrose is a small town. I found a church with undeveloped desert backyard near the highway. I set up my tent behind some trees where I think I'll be hidden. The church also has a spigot on it's back wall, so I'm filled up on water again. There's also a really cool pavilion just across from the church in a park. I spent my afternoon charging my electronics on the stage and checking in with loved ...
Today was just one of those days. And tonight was one of those nights. And we finished it on such a beautiful note. So today, I think I'll start with the end. Tonight is something I hope to really remember, really and truly. Carlee and I were talking about this as we sat around a campfire and everyone around us was singing John Denver's 'Country Road': some moments, I just want to freeze them. I'm starting to feel nostalgic for a moment before it even happens, or I ...
... morning and let the roads clear before we venture out today. We can hear the snow melting and sliding off the roof of the trailer as we speak, so it's melting quickly out there.
We are hoping to get to Sheridan, Wyoming tonite. It's Roger's dad's 87th birthday party on Thursday night. It would be nice to be there, but we don't want to push too hard as the roads get iffier. We'll see how it goes today.