Hampton Inn & Suites Air Force Academy
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I left Orlando at 8:00am and flew Frontier to Denver through Knoxville. This was my first flight with Frontier. The planes all have an animal on the back tail and as I was surprised to find out also on the wing as Foxy the red fox was eyeballing me from my seat 18A right behind the wing. The clouds on the first leg were nice and the plane wasn't …
This entire trip was really a stroke of luck and good timing. After traveling to the Bahamas in December, I made it a goal to travel as much and as often as possible. Being immersed in a different culture was an eye opening experience and made me realize that the world is a big place and that I know absolutely nothing about it. With this new commitment and spring break coming up, I decided to branch out ...
... a state run recreational area and so there was a permit required to even drive around it. What a bloody joke! $6 to drive around ******* lake? **** off! Suffice to say we immediately turned back around and buggered off, stopping at a camp ground to use the loos. Outside the loos was a sorry looking couple whom I asked "How's it going?" and they replied "Been better". I asked what was up and they explained that they were camping somewhere around the aforementioned ...
... we made our way over to that Railroad Roundhouse where we had dinner last night for more photos and a chance to see the Old West Ghost Town. Unfortunately, we missed the last tour...but the photos did make it onto the blog anyway.
John's Navy pal Fred and his wife (of 49 years) had just pulled in from Topeka. We met them at The Airplane Restaurant...a full-service dining establishment of a KC-97 ---John explained this had been ...
... My legs started to ache before we even got to the entrance gate of the park. Before getting out to hike the dunes, we decided to prepare ourselves this time. We loaded up on water and did a little shopping at the gift center to wait till the temperatures dropped a tad. Finally we decided to go for it. The trail begins from the parking lot. It looks very flat for about a half a mile and then starts and abrupt climb up the dunes. Dario and I were second ...
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