Hampton Inn & Suites Air Force Academy
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We woke up to another beautiful sunrise. The sky was cloudy and it was cool out, temp in 50's. We hiked up the mountain, found a trail that seemed more like a hiking trail, narrow with boulders and rocks to climb over. It is called Cougar Run,much higher up the mountain. We didn't see any cougars, just a flock of turkey. We hiked about six ...
The last two weeks have been a whirlwind of anticipation, excitement, and exploration. In prepping for our adventure, we went on two heavy duty hikes- one through the San Isabel National Forest and another through the Cheyenne Mountain. We also ventured out and enjoyed the Canon City Blossom Festival and all the wonderful vendors there.
The hikes were refreshing to the soul and body (although the 8 mile trek brought on a few ...
... choose a picnic table and sort out our dinners. The food is fine ---not gourmet --- but everything tastes fine. The creamed corn is not that slimy stuff from a can but a thick creamy sauce with lots of fresh sweet corn. The beans are also really good spicy tasting cowboy baked beans. As we sit and eat, we notice ...
We chose to go with breakfast at the hotel again as it was the easiest option for getting our day started. Breakfast done we walked over to the H-D service center, just next door. It didn't take long to get the bike and pick up our riding gear. We hauled it all back to our hotel room and had to completely repack our bags. We'd picked up a few things along the way, so we needed to pack them up and post them back to San Diego. Lucky there was a post ...
... It was immense. It looked just like a mountain range only it was a mountain of sand! These sand dunes are the tallest in North America (rising to about 750 feet). The dunes were formed from sand and soil deposits flowing through the San Luis Valley. Over time, westerly winds brought sand particles from the nearby river flood plains. When the wind loses power, the sand is deposited here in the valley. The process is still continuing to this day, and the dunes are growing taller ...