The Inn at Palmer Divide
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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 ...
... garden, happily munching on whatever was growing there ... Stopped off and looked through ivywild school, an old school building turned into boutique market place, had some pretty cool stores including a microbrewery, the bike store I was looking for looks to have moved ... Back home for lunch we were watching a squirrel bounding around the front lawn and digging around to bury his nuts for the winter, dunno if ...
... reminder of why we do this and why we're building and why we're biking, why this whole summer is worth it. Kim and I talk about this a lot, actually: not a lot of people actually know what affordable housing is. So when people ask what we're doing, we tell them that we're cycling across America because we believe everyone deserves a safe and affordable home, and unfortunately, not everyone has that. It was good to hear her story. And when we did our 'Let's Get Fired Up!' ...
re-grow some ground cover. Right now there is thunder and lighting
moving in from the north-west and heading our way. We are happy to be
high, if not dry, above all this disruption, watching it on TV.
We will visit Pikes Peak and Cripple
Creek and, if the creek don't rise to much, The Garden of the Gods
before heading on up to Leadville. Colorado is a nice place to ...
... and it was beyond words. We went back to buy another but they were out. Sad face. We had little breakfast sandwiches there though and they were good.
We noticed that the clouds which seemed like just overcast rainy day clouds were caressing the mountains in such a beautiful way. I wondered what they would look like at the top of the pass so we changed our plans a bit and decided to head back into the park and head up Trail ...