OAKWOOD AT BELLA SPRINGS
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... Colorado, which continued to look like Kansas. The land doesn't know where we made state borders; it just evolves and changes as it should.
We made a stop at a Denny's in Limon for dinner, which served less than stellar food (Mac almost broke a tooth on the chicken tenders), but we enjoyed the kid's versions of Mad Libs at the table and a quick game of Uno while we waited for dinner. Note: don't order salad in a breakfast place.
... but I'd have to say when you have just seen Arches National Park and Monument Valley it was never going to be as impressive as those! Of course we spent some time and money in the gift shop! Then we headed out to the Cliff Dwellings At Manitou Springs. This is the original housing styles of the local indians, imbedded into rock. It was very interesting to explore.
The evening was completed at my good ...
... The rock formations were astonishing. I was surprised to see horse trailer parking. That of course got my mind thinking on another trip.
Later that night we decided to go to Cave of the Winds. We choose the Lantern tour. I have been through many caves and this is by far the best. This tour was not through the normal cave. It has smaller openings where you needed to duck a lot. The tour guide ...
... I think if the U.S. government wanted to settle the debt problem, they could probably sell the complex and we’d be in the clear. Wendy thinks this a good idea. Incoming cadets range between 1,200 – 1,300 and, historically, just under 1,000 will graduate. The Cadet Area is arranged around a large pavilion known as the "Terrazzo", with dormitories, dining hall and academic buildings surrounding it, and everything the cadet could need ...
... god, what a nice welcome! When I woke up Tuesday there was like 2-3 cm of snow...yep, this is Colorado! I was working the whole day for the European offices (Queensday for the Dutch, Rammstein for the Germans) with a bit of catching up with the American colleagues. In the evening I kept on working... Wednesday was 50% US and 50% European. Tonight we were gonna go for 'chicken wings all you can eat' at Hooters, it was Patrick, Casey and myself. After that I had to pack for going ...