SpringHill Suites Pueblo Downtown
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... feet above sea level. Here is the view from our cabin. Although right off the hi-way, the campground was lovely. We even had the hot tub to ourselves under the stars! The campground owner was from Vermont and quickly assessed the type of campground we were looking for – privacy and trees (if possible). He recommended Cotopaxi, west of the Royal Gorge. ...
... parking lot for some sort of campground and pulled next to a dark building with a small overhang and proceeded to put on our rainsuits. Just as we started, there was a knock on the window and some lady inside invited us in to finish. She was very nice, as it is much easier to put on rainsuits indoors out of the rain. By the time we went back out, the rain had subsided a little, but we also learned that rainsuits work best at keeping you ...
... plus 10,000 ft of elevation gain in the first two days.
I have been fighting a head wind this morning. It has made me rethink my goals for first couple days. I am going to get a room in Canon City. Then go to Salida tomorrow then Gunnison. Hopefully this will keep the fun in the trip. I hope to have lighter winds tomorrow maybe even a tail wind. All the ups and downs added up to 1703 ft of elevation gain today over about 35 miles. So much for the plains being ...
... against his team of a couple of weeks ago, the St. Louis Cardinals. The opposing pitcher for the Cards was Joe's very close friend Shelby Miller. Joe was his best man at his wedding last November and Shelby was a groomsman in Joe's wedding.
Thursday morning could be classified as just a lazy morn, but Pat and I went with Barb to a Lions' Club lunch and meeting. The club owns 4 season tickets for the Denver Bronco's and has a raffle for two ...
We had a good day today, got Glen's bike fixed at the Colorado Springs (PIkes Peak) Harley Dealership which only cost us around 90 minutes and we were able to log on and do some stuff with the blog while we waited. Had a good chat to a guy from the US Army (Rick?) who was also waiting for his bike to be repaired and he gave us some good local advice on the area.
Upon leaving we wanted to take in what will be the last of ...