The Inn at Palmer Divide
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I arrived in Denver late at night on the 30th October. Kim collected me from the airport. Kim is a Dietitian and former colleague. We worked together in NUH Home Enteral Feeding for 2 years. It's great to see her and catch up especially since she's had a baby (Caden 13 months) since she returned home to the US. Denver is my longest stop, nearly 2 weeks. It felt so good to be able to unpack my suitcase. I have a lot to write about so apologies for the long ...
... storm. Of course the bad weather system was hovering right over Las Vegas. We drove 268 miles from Colorado Springs. Well, we couldn't even get our satellite to connect even though there was no interference from trees. Murray was disappointed that he couldn't enjoy his tennis but we did watch some movies that we brought with ...
Over the past nine days, we've cycled 710 miles, spent over 50 hours in the saddle. Today, initially, was supposed to be a 45 mile day, but it turned into an 80 mile day. I'm pretty pooped so I think it's going to have to be bullet points. Sorry. -Gorgeous sunrise from the tent -Breakfast in the mountains -Chilly morning air -Handwriting new cue sheets (usually these are printed for us, but because we're camping and we changed the route yesterday to a new campsite, ...
... The other, the one up Mount Evan’s, is only open from Memorial Day to Labor Day. But not only that, Pike’s Peak has a cog railway to the summit from Manitou Springs and is home of one of those he-man races where people compete in an annual run up the Barr Trail, the access trail to the summit from Manitou.
I have actually been to the summit once before. Around 1994 I was climbing a lot of the fourteeners and ...
... seem to have a very natural habitat.
We watched the feeding of the grey wolves, which was interesting. They seemed to be okay.
Also I fed a giraffe. It was hot and many of the animals were hiding in shady spots. But we enjoyed the visit because we enjoyed Bill's company and it was not a BAD zoo.
Although, even the snakes, which I am not a fan of, I felt sorry for. Not even enough room in their glass boxes to stretch to full size ...