Imperial Hotel and Restaurant
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Early start this morning to head to Manitou Springs to catch the 9.20am cog railway up Pikes Peak. The weather didn't look that promising when we set off from the house and everyone at the train station was saying we were going to freeze up the top and we needed to get more clothes ... They said it was 28 degrees (-2.2 NZ temperature) at the top and we were wearing our 3/4 pants and everyone else looked like they ...
... grasses. This is a race like no other. You don't go round and round and learn the turns. You go up once on race day and you're done. Another difference of this race is that as a fan you are there until the end. There is only one way up Pikes Peak, so once you are at your viewing area you are there to the end. You may have heard on the news that one of the racers died this year. Bobby Goodwin, 54, from Texas died when he crossed ...
... have included more pictures than I should but it was such that Lynn was shooting out one side and I the other and both down the middle which is why there are some duplicates. Again it is hard to get them all in correct order and I wish you could see them with our eyes instead of our lens.
Tomorrow we are off for a week at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs.
... road splits there,
one way to Telluride, the other to Ouray and across the Red Mtn. Pass
@ 11075' to Silverton. Both great day trips. Ouray might be our first choice after Silver City, NM.
From there to Black Canyon of the
Gunnison River National Park where we spent two nights. Another auto-tour
of the canyon, top to bottom with a bear, where a tunnel, over a mile
... to the top. We got some nice vantage points along the way. The clouds were twisting and rolling over the mountains and sometimes you could see the blue of the sky peak through the dark clouds and eventually as we reached the alpine level you could see the white puffy clouds behind the dark gloomy ones as if trying to usher themselves to the forefront. Twisting and writhing over each other in strange and beautiful ways clouds are ...