Ramada Limited Frisco
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... cab...he was worried about human trafficking. He told Jp they had just busted some drug smugglers in a cattle carrier. Apparently as the cattle carrier drove by they noticed that they could see the feet of the cattle...usually they can't. When they inspected the trailer they found that a compartment had been built under the cattle and it was full of drugs! Back around 8pm. Jp and I got chocolate frosties from Wendy's and watched the lightening. So ...
... some of my favorite people call this place home. My cousin Sasha and her parents Kenny and Phylis all live locally. Ken is now in his early seventies and doing more than I do in my 40's. He goes skiing probably close to 70 days per year, has two super cool hotrods, an awesome Porsche 356, and continues to fix all his own stuff. He has always been someone that I looked up to and seeing him now only strengthens that. If I can do what he does at that ...
Today we woke up at about 7:15 and Uncle Doug had already bought breakfast for us. Then Dad and Uncle Doug took our car to the car shop to get the brakes fixed. Then we all got dressed and ready. Auntie Al and the kids and Uncle Doug went to the car to get the coats (and Ben's camera) for the Gondala. Then we took the shuttle to the Gondala, to the half way point on the Mountain. When we got up to the top of the Gondala, AA, UD, Dad and Ben and Edie (mom and Tommy ...
... freezing (45 degrees) and on the side of the boardwalk they made us there was a little creek. Tommy dropped his stuffed bison, Bullseye Target into the water (and screamed and cried). Scott our tour guide said "don't cry it's the clearest water you'll ever see" (it did not help ;). Then he stopped because Auntie Al dried BT with her coat :) When we made it to the back of the mine Scott asked for volunteers, and right away Ben raised his hand. So he was picked to be the volunteer. ...
... exit is maybe a mile west of West Vail. Highway 24 would take us over Tennessee Pass into Leadville. From there it would be clear sailing to Colorado Springs.
Time continued to tick away. We finally saw the man that had walked past us was returning to his car. As he came by I rolled down the window to ask him what he had seen. He said a tractor trailer had jack-knifed about a mile ahead of us. He also said traffic was starting to ...