Woodland Park Country Lodge
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Today I went to Pike's Peak on a train that took 1 hour and 15 minutes to get to the top! The elevation is 14,110 feet! After that, I went to Garden of the Gods and saw red Rocky Mountains. I climbed up some of those red mountain things. Finally, we got back to the hotel and then ate Chick ...
... a group of my co-workers at the legislature one May weekend to hike up Pike’s Peak from the higher west side base at Mueller State Park. The starting elevation there is just below 10,000 feet so much less than the hike up from Manitou Springs. It was a long grueling climb, though, but it had been a rather warm dry winter so we encountered only a few snow patches despite it being May. I recall getting to the top, feeling exhausted ...
We loved catching up with Al and Laura at their (relatively) new place in Colorado Springs. (Al is a friend of Tony's from high school, college, and beyond who moved to Colorado Springs this last year from DC, and Laura is his lovely girlfriend who joined him, moving from Ft. Lauderdale.) The girls had fun staying here, especially because Al and Laura love Legos as much as them... ;)
The first night we enjoyed catching up with Al and Laura and also ...
... in thus case are beautiful red rocks worn by years. They rise vertically out of the ground at 90 degree angles. The red of the rocks and the blue if the sky make for stunning contrasts. The sun was setting behind the Rockies glowing against the red faces of the rocks. We felt compelled to hike and so we walked for over an hour surrounded by these peaks and colors. Climbers were attempting to scale them. Hikers enjoyed the colors and crisp air. Rabbits pounced around in ...
... the Butcher and Pastry cook but service the Jester as well!!
Anyway I have had the chance to finally check in with one of my other East Coast boys who has suggested that I might need this for Dragon Fest
http://www.bad-dragon.com/cart.php?targ et=product&product_id=266&categ ory_id=63. Boy I have missed my little happy giraffe!! Now just to catch up with the sexy dwarf tomorrow and I will be a happy bunny!!