Hilton Garden Inn Colorado Springs
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... she discovered that she left her backpack at home on her bed. Fortunately, she had not packed a lot; just Samantha and Derby, two stuffed animals who have traveled everywhere with us, and her math packet, the latter of which Josie was none to sad to leave behind. She’ll just have to make due.
Mac spotted a convoy of 5 or 6 Corvettes including the first 2014 Corvette Stingray that he has seen. He is always on the lookout for cars.
... 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 ...
... our newest “vacation home”. The minute we stepped into our Montana 5th wheel, no other stood a chance. It was love at first site. J Forget the smaller 5th wheel plan, we would move up to this 39 foot “dream house”. It has everything we could hope for: king size bed, big closet with built in dresser. A living room that can be completely closed ...
In Colorado Springs, we have been busy seeing all the sights. There is so much to do and see here - we have been pleasantly surprised. The Fagans achieved a major license plate milestone - one Alaska and two Hawaii in one day, and we set an altitude record, driving up to Pike's Peak (14,110 feet above sea level).
- 47 license plates found, and still seeking Mississippi, New Hampshire, DC, and Rhode Island
One thing that I have come to appreciate about having a dog (most of the time) is that I start my mornings off very early, with a cup of coffee and a walk. I've always been a "morning person", but I equated that with being coherent and relatively perky in the morning. Now I really am a morning person, and getting up at dawn to walk the dog has become a lovely way to start each day.
Today's walk was exceptional. A chat with the motel ...