J.P. McGills Hotel and Casino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... reminder of why we do this and why we're building and why we're biking, why this whole summer is worth it. Kim and I talk about this a lot, actually: not a lot of people actually know what affordable housing is. So when people ask what we're doing, we tell them that we're cycling across America because we believe everyone deserves a safe and affordable home, and unfortunately, not everyone has that. It was good to hear her story. And when we did our 'Let's Get Fired Up!' ...
... in the valley of high-peaked mountains, and is only accessible by two winding roads. Cripple Creek is a one main street town, with lots of western flavor, like the Jail Museum. The only gas station was a combined grocery store / gas station / and Ace Hardware store that was upstairs over the grocery store -- pure American charm!
... 2 small children and push them around the lake on a little evening stroll. How nice to live so close to a national park that it can be your nightly playground or a walk on a sunny afternoon or a hike on your day off.
So we took a wrong turn and ended up in Boulder. Cute town. Seems like a nice place to live but of course we were in the city which to me all cities look alike. Until we stopped at a Wendys and got our bearings ...
5/16/12 – Today we headed to Colorado Springs and that excited me, because tomorrow I will get to see the summit of Pike's Peak once again. It has been 46 years since the last time I stood on top of that mountain and I just had to go back one more time. So the word for the day is MOUNTAINS. I am so excited to see the mountains.
We said good-bye to Amarillo at 8:30 AM, after having a bit of a rough start. With all of the technology we have today, one would think ...
... 1891 until 1961 when it was forced to shut down, along with other mines in the area, because the processing mill went out of business. With nowhere to take the mined ore it was not cost effective to continue mining. However, there is still a vast amount of gold to be found in the mine. Our guide suggested we take a loop road around the back of the mine, through Victor and back to Cripple Creek, where we would ...