The Inn at Palmer Divide
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We had a fun time over breakfast counting Mike's fortune in drachmas (might be making a comeback soon at a Mediterranean country near you!) Today we headed to 'the garden of the gods' which has spectacular stone formations formed from the original river bed and then pushed up vertically. Unfortunately it was raining while we were there, ,but we were still able to drive and ...
... and flooding.
We drove on to Laramie. We thought it would be interesting but not as nice as Cheyenne. We found a free City park in Wheatland and joined a dozen other RVs in this beautiful park with a swimming pool nearby full of kids and a wedding going on just on the other side of the park.
Nice place. Free with elecricity and water nearby.
Day 19 Saturday 13 June 2015
On to Guernsey where we saw the ruts in the ...
... at the top this time of year is around 41 degrees F but it didn't feel that cold today. Apparently, this mountain only ranks 31 in the list of highest peaks in Colorado but it's more accessible. We barely had enough time to eat lunch in the snack bar when it was time for our group to head back down in the train. Good thing we looked around yesterday when we were up there. Taking a sandwich with you on this excursion might not be a bad ...
... Jamie go ahead -We bike 7 miles and look at the map -We somehow still have 16 miles to go -More tired and more cranky, hop on and pedal through -Stop 10 miles out for a snack -Sweep catches up to us -Get picked up (This was a struggle for me. I was with a group of four and sweep caught up with us. The road was getting busier, my phone died, and I was out of water. My group wanted to stop and get picked up because they were feeling unsafe on the road. I wanted to ...
... school. I remember singing the song and knowing about Pike’s Peak when I was only in fourth grade in Yonkers, New York.
Pike’s Peak is only one of Colorado’s 54 “fourteeners”, the 14,000 foot peaks in the state. But also it is also the most accessible for visitors. Pike’s is one of two fourteeners with a paved access road to the summit, and one that’s open for much of the year ...