Holiday Inn Express Colorado Springs Airport
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... Rediscovered”. It is a display of many of the blown glass works of Dale Chihuly. The FAC held an earlier Chihuly exhibit in the mid-2000's. During that exhibit, the museum acquired several Chihuly pieces for the permanent collection. Most notable are the entry chandelier and the bright red piece hanging from the ceiling on the second ...
... we waited to board. He visited Colorado to look at house for his wife and 2 kids. They are 5 and 2. They want to move to Colorado so his wife can take advantage of a grant the state gives to women who start their own business. In addition to those passengers, there were the normal airline passengers, families with small children, business people, and individual trying to get back home.
As the ...
After breakfasting at our hotel, we hit the road (I-70) eastward with the goal of reaching Pike's Peak. The scenery along I-70 was exceptionally beautiful as the mountains hugged us and the Colorado River flowed alongside of us. The Bear Creek area was breath-taking, followed by a few trips through tunnels. The last tunnel opened into a different ...
... atmosphere in taking your breath away.
A couple of phone calls from the one side of the summit where we could get a signal, and then back down, where they stop you and check the heat of your brakes halfway down to make sure you won't reach the bottom faster than expected.
Now to find a place to get changed out of the warm clothes we had for the summit to something more suitable to the plains of Kansas where we're off to ...
... the fire which had been under control until then and it had swept down the mountains and into the city burning hundreds of homes to the ground (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waldo_Can yon_fire). On this day though, with no fire to be seen, but temperatures still scorching into the high 30's we hiked around Palmer Park. After a couple of hours, with our water supply running low and sun screen starting to wear off, we decided to pick our way down some ...