Holiday Inn Colorado Springs (Airport)
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Took the 'Model A' for a spin around the mountains. Ran like a dream.
Visited the 'Western Jubilee Recording Company' in Colorado Springs.
Country singing legend, Don Edwards often performs there to an invited audience. Owner is a good friend of Willy's.
The entire building is pretty much a museum dedicated to Western music as well as a recording studio. Definitely worth the visit.....
... We were lucky to link up with a park volunteer
who lead our group through the park explaining the geology; we learned a lot that we would not have if we wondered the paths ourselves. Wandering the park, the trading post store and watching the orientation film took up most of the afternoon. Prior to returning to the camper we did another of those mundane things, we went to the grocery store.
We decide , with Lyndsey's urging, that we will visit a small ghost town museum in the area. I am not sure why this is a ghost town since it seems more like an old time town restoration. It indoors and is a grouping of buildings of a typical old west town and the buildings are filled with ...
11 Sept It was beginning to rain so I thought I would leave Flaming Gorge for in the morning. So I stayed in Green River, Wyoming.
12 Sept Flaming George is a must see. It was a pretty day. Spectacular views, good thing I was alone on the rode because along with those views came 15 mph hair pin turns. Lots of ...
... 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 ...