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- Arrived at my Aunt Sally's house at 1:30 pm
- She lives in Fountain CO
- Just drove 207.3 miles and it cost $38.63
- She offered a room for me to stay in for 3 extra days
- I am getting paid $150 for helping out around the house because she is getting to old to do some of ...
... seats for club members and another for anyone buying a ticket. The drawing was at this meeting and a man living in Rawlings, WY won. The raffle is their major fundraiser and they were very successful this year.
We then walked a couple of blocks to an art gallery where Cathy's glass art work is on display as well as for sale. Great stuff as you will see by the pictures. Took a picture of her business card in case anybody would like to buy some ...
... is just as flat as Nebraska and we were still seeing miles and miles of corn. What is almost unnoticeable is the rise in elevation.
As we got closer to Limon we came up on a HUGE wind farm. It went on and on for miles (just like the corn) and there had to be hundreds of the windmills. The pictures cannot do justice to their size.
Gas in Colorado Springs was a bit of a shock. The pump did not stop as it had been doing once it reached a certain amount. The unit ...
... though, so I stopped. As I made my way through the city, I biked right past Cheese Man again! I didn't dare to see if he was in the death poem or yelling mood. I made it beyond my planned stop, turning my 3-day trip to CO Springs into 2 days. I was on a really noisy road and finally needed a break. Some highways are made of concrete and grated with little lines. These are the noisiest roads. It creates a high-pitched moan and a ...
... is considered to be semi-arid desert land, with approximately 12 inches (304.80 mm) of precipitation annually. With its location in the "banana belt", Pueblo tends to get less ...