Hampton Inn Colorado Springs Central Air Force Academy
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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 ...
... several mule deer grazing along the roadside, and passed a large Llama farm. Cripple Creek is an old gold mining town that
after the mines dried up became depressed, but recently a Colorado law allowed for limited gambling in a few towns. The town is now revitalized and looking very good; however, the casinos and their restaurants dominate the landscape. After a brief walk down the main street we returned to the truck ...
... time and begin the slow ride up to the top. The guide points out features as we ride along. The first part of the trip is iin a scenic wooded, rocky area and as we climb higher there are no more trees, only extreme views. We arrive at the top and are told we have about 30to ...
... cannot get enough moisture because, just under the surface,there is permafrost: the ground remains frozen year-round. What does grow is Alpine tundra; a mixture of mosses, grasses and wildflowers which have all adapted to the extremely short growing season.
Along this area we saw yellow-bellied marmots. The yellow-bellied marmot is the most populous animal on Pikes Peak. Playful creatures, the marmots like to sun themselves on rocks. They are ...
... The 6 of us sat together, right in front of dais.
The speaker had been a Navy pilot on the ship at the time John and his friends were there. He had been shot down by the Viet Cong and spent SIX years in tortuous horror in North Viet Nam prisons. These last years he has been touring the country giving talks and writing books. Rather than be morose and sad, his stories were filled with wit and cheer and optimism. The evening was capped with stories ...