OAKWOOD AT BELLA SPRINGS
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... by the challenge, I started at the visitor's center to shorten the climb to 13 miles and 5000 feet of climbing. That is still over twice as high a climb as I had ever done with much steeper grades, and at higher altitudes.
After some trouble on an early morning warm-up ride, I started up at 9am on a bike borrowed from a co-worker (thanks Mike!) Fortunately, I had switched from another bike I rode earlier in the week (thanks Rob!) that was newer ...
... has a lavish, expansive lobby, full-service restaurant, gift shop, friendly bell hops, and a manicured courtyard in the front. I love grand hotels like this, they represent the way travel used to be, and should be today.
Our big New Year's Eve dinner was at Texas T-Bones Steakhouse, which filled our bellies before retiring for the night -- HOURS before ...
... Before long we came across the North Entrance to the Air Force Academy and I wondered if any of my former students are still there. I thought about John Amnah who graduated from there and wondered where he is now. We saw the Chapel and some of the other buildings from the road and then we saw the stadium. Before long we were at our exit which is also the exit for the Garden of the Gods Park. We checked into the La Quinta about 5:30.
... Alton, Illinois, the small city we had our impromptu visit to on Sunday,
The Academy is very picturesque, as it is nestled in the foothills of the Rockies. Guess I'm old fashioned but as far as the buildings and the atmosphere I'll take West Point and Annapolis anyday.
In the afternoon we visited the Garden of the Gods here in Manitou Springs. It is very picturesque, lots of ...
... 1960s converted for radar surveillance ...http://www.dean-boys.com/ec-121.htm) . This was the very plane type that John flew in as Flight Engineer for 2 years in the Air Force Jan 1975-June 1976.
Back at the Marriott, we joined the others in the Hospitality Suite for an Open Bar and snacks. John's buddies (who did not come on our tour) came down from their hotel room. We leafed through yearbook journals of the 1944-1969 years ...