Woodland Park Country Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the small center town on the main island. It was there that we visited the ancient St Magnus Cathedral. It was begun in the year 1137, making it nearly nine hundred years old. It was the most spectacular old structure I have ever seen. It was huge. The high ceilings and stained glass windows were magnificent. Out side were old grave stones of by gone days of centuries before. Another special place on the Orkney Islands was Skara Brae. ...
After a slightly better sleep last night we finally climbed out of bed around 8.30 this morning ... Shower and breakfast before rob came over and we chatted about the plans for today ... We went up through Cheyenne canyon and had a look at the Starr Kempf kinetic sculptures, Roy saw these moving in the wind when he was here last time, there was little wind today so they weren't moving much ... Saw a mule deer ...
... yet they had 6 rangers on site offering free personal tours of the modest eight bed accommodation and were planning a $30k renovation of the icehouse - a tiny rotting log shed with a sod roof. The national parks must still have some cash! They did have an extremely cool buffalo coat to try on, the original rancher guys one. It was massive and steaming hot, perfect for the winters up here.
We could certainly feel the effects of the altitude in ...
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... It is still really interesting. I was there in around 1966, and climbed all over the rocks. Now, you can't climb on them unless you get a permit.
After that, we headed to the Pikes Peak highway and took it to the top of Pikes Peak. The altitude is 14,110 feet. The tempurature dropped 20 degrees during the drive. We started out at 7400 feet. This would have been a ...