Value Place Colorado Springs
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... why? Were they wind break, or boundary lines? Don't know. The gently rolling hills and big blue skies reminded us a lot of Nebraska. Makes sense since it’s a neighboring state.
Josie picked up a cool owl stuffed animal (hey, she needed a cuddly to sleep with tonight) so Mac and Jo were busy making a video with the owl.
Continuing on, we finally made our way out of Kansas, which wasn't as boring as we thought it would be, and ...
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... fox hovered for a moment as the gate opened and our legs dangled over the concrete apron. Then ........... I found myself hurtling above the canyon floor thousands of feet below. Well what could a girl,do but go with the flow and let out a choked scream. As we neared the end of the run I could see the baffle which I knew was going to bring our downward descent to an abrupt end. Backward motion was daunting but I smiled and waved to the camera!
... to people and several of us got within 30 feet to take pictures. He then slowly walked across the street without getting himself killed.
Tomorrow we head north through Denver to Boulder which for us is the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park. Mileage is about 100 miles so we will be able to spend some time sightseeing in Denver and see what the Mile High City has to offer before we head off to the northern Rockies.
... 25; we are being delayed."
OK...we we boarded at 9AM and headed toward the Air Force Academy. Then there was a 30- minute delay waiting for the 2nd busload, and no one to lead the tour of the chapel. At 10AM we listened to the ladies describe the life in the day of a cadet routine on the Campus, followed by details of this extradinaroy structure that was built with the help of Frank Lloyd Wright guidelines in 1963 at the price ...