Hotel Elegante Conference & Event Center
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... the Michigan/Norte dame game and enjoyed a wonderful meal. The place was designed for families with games and even a bowling ally for fun. We walked around the grounds before retiring for the night. There were 2 weddings taking place on the grounds and the place was buzzing with families and people outside enjoying the beauty of the night. Jim and I both commented on how we would like to bring the family back here someday for a ...
... City, Oklahoma. They are the proud parents of one son and five daughters. Within the last few years they have added a daughter-in-law, son-in-law, and two grandchildren. They are very actively involved at their church, as well as many other national and international Christian charities.
At 6pm the folks we met on the Pike's Peak Clog Railway met us dinner. We went over to the Falcon Club here on the base for Grill your own Steak at $24.00 per couple.
... to people and several of us got within 30 feet to take pictures. He then slowly walked across the street without getting himself killed.
Tomorrow we head north through Denver to Boulder which for us is the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park. Mileage is about 100 miles so we will be able to spend some time sightseeing in Denver and see what the Mile High City has to offer before we head off to the northern Rockies.
Early in our marriage we bought a Hi-Lo camper. We found that we loved our time in the camper. We enjoyed our time together and the "mini vacations" that we enjoyed. We started talking about the future possibilities of traveling around America in a larger camper. Over the next 20 years our dream about getting a 5th wheel or motorhome to travel around the country in our ...
... the highlights; just consider that I've left you some things to learn when you go. Just enter through the North Gate. (Wikipedia has a lot of rather interesting information about the structure here.) Personally, I'm with Frank Lloyd Wright. The thing from the outside is ungainly and rather ugly--so spiky it looks like some sort of distorted artichoke. It is extremely photogenic, however, and very attractive on the inside, and I ...