Holiday Inn Express Colorado Springs Airport
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... the afternoon rains, then drove back to the campground. The rain was coming down, we went in for our afternoon nap. After it cleared we went out to cook dinner, but the winds were too strong for a fire. We ate Jack Daniels Barbque , instead. Uck We went for a walk thru the campground. Sat out and watched the city light up below us. It's really cool at night,we've been sleeping with the window open. It's really ...
... br> for the colony. When we reached I-25 we
headed north to Colorado Springs. Driving north on I-25 the views were
fantastic with the plains on the right and the Rocky Mountains raising magically
and majestically out of the relatively flat land. Surprisingly even this far south we could see
snow on the mountain tops. In Colorado
Springs we checked into the “Goldfield RV Park” where we will spend several
days exploring the area.
... lean brisket, half pound of moist brisket and half a pound of pork ribs. We pick the most sides we think are most authentic to the experience ---creamed corn and baked beans. We also grab some banana pudding and peach cobbler.
You are given a large plastic case lined with butchers paper as a tray and ...
... It's a long walk down!
One of the delightful experiences we encountered on the trip was our seat-mates, Erline and Mike who were a delightful couple from Texas heading to the state of Washington. We had great conversations both going up and returning.
On the way home we stopped and picked up some dinner and had it back in our room.
Another day has come to an end, God bless all my blog readers and our new friends on the clog ...
... go check out Wikipedia...[At 14,115 feet (4,302 m), it is one of Colorado's 54 fourteeners--mountains that rise more than 14,000 feet (4,300 m) above mean sea level, and rises 8,400 feet (2,600 m) above the city of Colorado Springs. Pikes Peak is a designated National Historic Landmark. Pikes Peak is the easternmost fourteen thousand foot peak in ...