Radisson Hotel Colorado Springs Airport
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... bed and napped thru the rain. The storm lifted about 6, We got out and took a long walk thru the park , came back and had a Bloody Mary with olives and laughing cow cheese on pretzel cracker, called it dinner! It was cool outside, the campground host came by in his little mule thing, so we bought some firewood. However by. This time it was time for Naked and Afraid, so we went in ...
... that is "fit for the gods". Reed though it was fun to be hauled around and kept telling me to "Giddy-Up". I told him that he could put on the back-pack and haul me around if he wanted to go fast. He wasn't very agreeable to that idea...
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We have been paying attention to the weather forecast and it is not going to be agreeable for some of our outside ...
... States, located 10 miles (16 km) west of the city of Colorado Springs. Pikes Peak is composed of a characteristic pink granite called Pikes Peak granite. The color is due to a large amount of potassium feldspar. ]
Dave's wife Dianne did not join us, saying she is fearful of heights. She shopped the ecclectic shops below in Manitou Springs instead. The ...
Well, we took our time getting moving this morning, as the rain had moved in and was here to stay. Actually, it was still pretty, with the clouds in the mountains and the aspens turning color more each day. But we said our goodbyes to Grand Lake, and began the journey to Colorado Springs. I volunteered to drive, as I haven't done much driving. I was expecting a major highway, but I got a road that went HIGH into ...
... It was immense. It looked just like a mountain range only it was a mountain of sand! These sand dunes are the tallest in North America (rising to about 750 feet). The dunes were formed from sand and soil deposits flowing through the San Luis Valley. Over time, westerly winds brought sand particles from the nearby river flood plains. When the wind loses power, the sand is deposited here in the valley. The process is still continuing to this day, and the dunes are growing taller ...