Hampton Inn Colorado Springs Central Air Force Academy
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The trip from Raton to Colorado Springs was only a couple of hours. We arrived at Cheyene Mountain state park about 1 pm. The campground is very new, everything is pretty and clean. It is on the side of Cheyene Mt and our site looks down on Colorado Springs. It was bright sunny and warm when we set up camp. We sat under the awning and had a drink, just enjoying being outdoors. Of ...
... was Focus on the Family headquarters. We have been fans of this Christian Ministry for a couple of decades as they have helped us grow in our Christian Faith, Equip us for Marriage, and Help with Raising a Family.
Focus on the Family has a Radio theater series called Adventures in Odyssey. The story is based in at a place called Whits End and the lower level of their Headquarters is a ...
... than I imagined it to be. When I first started researching Colorado Garden of the Gods was on my must see list and I was not at all disappointed. It is like the rocks are on fire at sunset. We are considering driving by tomorrow morning as well on the way out to the mountains as there is a great loop road with view points around the park itself with great views. I suspect the mountains can be viewed from there with the sun on their faces in the morning light. ...
... decision before we even got to the dunes. The "flat" part of the hike was swallowing our feet with each step. We live in Florida and are used to walking on the beaches. This was similar but it seemed to be deeper and our feet sank to nearly ankle level with each step. Had we made a poor choice in picking this park? Maybe we should have come here first since we were exhausted from running around and driving? Oh well.....we were here so we needed to make the best out of it! ...
Setting off soon after breakfast, we followed the interstate north and west towards Colorado. Our route took us through some fairly barren landscape with the iconic oil pumps dotted around the scenery. Whilst being on route 287 we concluded this was definitely one of the lesser travelled roads with cars passing at intervals and populated towns sparse. Our next landmark was the famous city of Amarillo. Tony Christie was asking us to show him the way to this ...