TravelStar Inn & Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... vertically by the huge forces caused by the uplift of the Rocky Mountains. It is very unusual to be able to walk around on grassy lawns, and then all of a sudden, a peak rises straight up before you. People can drive around and look or climb these unique monoliths – very impressive.
After that, we drove over to the base of Pike's Peak to take the Cog Railway to the top. There is a ...
... Our drive took us past an army base, through canyons and up the majestic mountains. We drove past Monarch ski resort which was small and near the top of the continental divide. The weather was perfect for a Sunday afternoon drive. We reached the BlueMesa Reservoir which is a very large body of water connected by fingers of streams and rivers. We love this place and are fascinated by the fact that this is the only body of water for miles. Much different ...
... the Assistant Vice President of Hobby Lobby Art/Creative.
In 2009, the Green Family purchased its first biblical artifact. Today Steve devotes half his time to what has become known as The Green Collection, among the world’s newest and largest private collections of rare biblical texts and artifacts. The collection of more than 40,000 biblical antiquities will eventually become the core of an international, non-sectarian museum of the Bible and ...
... to New Mexico. On the western horizon, just slightly to the southwest, lies the Collegiate Range.
We were allowed 30 to 40 minutes on the top of Pikes Peak. The reason for this is that most people begin to feel the effects of high altitude (slight nausea, headache) after about this amount of time. I did get a touch of nausea, but more light-headed. In the high season, the summit house serves thousands of people daily. ...
... the reigns. For all i know it could have been a ghost rider. Anyways, i stepped on it and got the hell outta there! I looked back in my rear view mirror and it was gone. ( ok, a little creative liberty there...) The drive to and from Westcliffe was real nice, winding roads, mesas, some scattered trees and scenic ranch land. Earlier yesterday as i drove from Salada (ugly **** town), there were actual whitewater rivers in the valley. ...