Residence Inn Colorado Springs South
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... holiday season to be full-timing. But we ended up having one of the coldest December in years. We just couldn't get warm. We had multiple electric heaters running, we were blowing through propane like it was water. Then... frozen pipes!
We had looked at 5th wheels for several months, but didn't expect to get one until we were down south. We had heard there was a lot more inventory ...
... for sure. We stopped at the marina and took a look around. Because the water fluctuates so much with the opening of the damn, the ramp is very long ( or short depending on the water level). On this day the water was very low and the ramp was extremely long. Just walking up you felt like you were climbing a mountain. We met a lovely couple with a dog (of course) just coming off their boat from a day of fishing. They didn't catch much today but had a good time ...
... 23rd & Western, and the amount of retail space was increased to approximately 1,000 square feet.
Steve graduated from high school in 1981 and began working full time as the Store Operations Supervisor. He was promoted to Executive Vice President in 2000 and named President of Hobby Lobby Stores in December of 2004. Hobby Lobby is foremost an arts & crafts store, but includes many departments such as hobbies, picture framing, jewelry ...
... about the history of the caves and trivia from over the years. For example, the cave still has an original Thomas Edison light bulb from a century ago. According to our tour guide it still lit properly for their centennial celebration!
After the tour we took a ride through portions in nearby Garden of the Gods, the #1 attraction in Colorado as rated by Trip Advisor. With more time it would have been a great place to ...
... while flying the final leg of our multi-city European tour (LAX-COS), I was reading Travel + Leisure magazine. Now I'm not usually much of a fan, but they offered a $5 one-year subscription a while back so I signed-up. Most of their articles seem either light on content or, at best, targetted to a much higher-end crowd. But every now and then they do have few interesting nuggets. This month they feature some money-saving ...