The Inn at Palmer Divide
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... Gavin was navigating and watching the radar on his phone....lots of red and purple! And then the tornado alarm sounded and it began to pour! Harper was still insisting that they would have a game and this Grandma is a WIMP! We turned around and headed back home, much to her disappointment. And then the text came that game was cancelled....thank goodness! Personally, I think this league ...
... The lesson we learned… if we even think we are going to need propane we push forward to get it. Do not wait and hope it will be easy to get at the next stop. We should have gone into Colorado Springs and got propane. Yes, it would have been a pain. It would have been inconvenient and out of our way—but it would have been easy compared to what we experienced the next several ...
... even past Denver could be seen! Of course there are pictures for you. Today we packed up and headed south to Colorado Springs. Visited the Garden of the Gods and got info about where to camp in the area. Decided to pay for a full hook up here and will be ready for the more rural campsites next time. Tomorrow we will go exploring without the RV. Back to the Garden of the Gods and the Fluorescent fossils national park then whatever we see thats ...
... trimmer as needed. I really enjoyed this process of having a to-do list and then getting things accomplished. I think Lauren and I got pretty efficient at it by the end of it all. The most inspiring part of this past 2 day stretch was meeting the Davis family, who will be the owners of the house we are currently working on. Laurie Davis spoke to us this morning and gave us her story of how her life changed ...
... again after 37 years. The day we were there the Ride
The Rockies tour came through town. ( http://ridetherockies.com/
) We left town the same way they came in, by way of the Kebler
Pass (9980') then over Ohio Pass and down the through the Ohio Creek
Valley. This Valley is lined with 100 acer homesites priced like they
are in heaven. Beautiful, just the way you always imagine Colorado