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... holiday season to be full-timing. But we ended up having one of the coldest December in years. We just couldn't get warm. We had multiple electric heaters running, we were blowing through propane like it was water. Then... frozen pipes!
We had looked at 5th wheels for several months, but didn't expect to get one until we were down south. We had heard there was a lot more inventory ...
... one hand and a warm breakfast burrito in the other. Their belongings were on the floor next to them and they were chatting away like old friends gathering at the local bake shop for morning coffee and a donut. Upon further looking, I noticed one very clean, well dressed man next to a Starbucks cardboard coffee decanter and a bag of breakfast burritos. I suspect he brought these delicacies to the park each weekend and offered them ...
... tracts and Bibles of Martin Luther, including a little-known letter written the night before Luther’s excommunication
§ An undocumented large fragment of the Tyndale New Testament, apparently published while he awaited execution
§ Numerous items illustrating the contribution of Jews and Catholics to the King James translation of the Bible and other historical effects
Steve Green President, Hobby Lobby Hobby Lobby began ...
We climbed Pike's Peak today on the cog railway. Went from an elevation of 6,700 in Manitou Springs to 14,110 at the summit. Pike's Peak cog railway is the highest cog railway ln the world and has the largest elevation gain of 7,500 feet. Started our trip at the quaint and original depot built in 1890. First train trip to the summit was in June 1891. Train trip up and back takes 80 minutes each way and you get 30 minutes at the ...
... indeed, pretty much the extent) of the tour is the Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel. (According to their website, this is the most popular man-made attraction in Colorado. Clearly they haven't read the TripAdvisor website, which puts the Cheyenne mountain zoo and the giraffe feeding ahead.) It was commissioned in 1956, construction began in 1950, and it was opened on September 22, 1963, and so is coming up on its 50th ...
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