Homewood Suites by Hilton Colorado Springs North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... shade and played with the cool shaded sand for a long time. Sand angels, little sand miyntains, burying feet... We had to dig deep to find wet sand and since there was no ocean, it was impossible to build castles. We went to the VC and heard camping filled up early here. A bad omen for tonight. At Mosca, we turned northward up the San Luis Valley and right past the reptile park that locals were treating as if it were Disneyworld. North of Mosca, agriculture ceased and ...
... nor the one in Texas. Though they were named for the same man, James Pike, they pale in comparison to the peak that stands over Colorado Springs, CO.
While in town, Mike and I decided to take the Pike's Peak Cog Railway up the mountain. Being winter, the train does not go up to the summit, but only about 2/3 the way. This trip did include Inspiration Point, where Katharine Lee Bates got ...
... is located within a few miles of Las Animas. For years growing up in Las Animas, we would take field trips to Bent's Fort only to find what remained of a foundation of the fort. It seemed that we would hear promises of the fort being resurrected from the ashes (literally as the fort was burned down) only to visit the next year to see the foundation remains once again. A few years after ...
... http://www.whitsend.org/ it's a kid's radio program put out by Focus on the Family. The kids had a wonderful time there and it snowed an inch while we where there. Check out the mp3 file of the recording they did. We left while it was snowing and by the time we arrived at Garden of the Gods (yes again) it was perfect with that wonderful smell in the air when the sun shines after the rain ...
... an hour later, I was waiting at the light rail station across the street from my apartment building. It was pouring, and marble-sized hail was bouncing off the tracks onto the platform, then melting in the 75 degree weather. Lightning snaked through the bruised sky, visible between the Hyatt and Quest buildings which reach thirty-some stories into the air. Thunder shook my bones; the storm ...