Woodland Park Country Lodge
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After Jan's online class this morning, we repacked the car and loaded the dog for the last time, and started for home. We had kind-of, half-heartedly decided that we were finished with sight-seeing and we would just head home, but we didn't get far...only blocks, really...when Bob suggested that we drive through Colorado National Monument since we were here. And we were so glad we did!
We entered the Rim Rock Trail Road at the south entrance and stopped ...
... saved the day. And back to building we went. So, we're in Colorado Springs for two days. At this build site, we're building the foundation and then another B&B route is coming in after we leave and doing a blitz build (building the remainder of the house in a week). All 31 of us showed up on site and they divided us up into Groups. My group was the garage. We named ourselves the Rocky Mountain Garage Band. ...
... juice, coffee, and tea in the fridge. Snacks in a basket on the kitchen counter. And all for $60 a night! Such cozy, intimate, and private accommodations! So after a nice nap, we headed to the historic area of Colorado Springs for dinner. I'm looking forward to clearer weather tomorrow, so we can really explore the area. Sorry, no pictures for today. It wasn't a picture taking kind of day. More tomorrow!
... bull. For $5, they both had to try. The bull was too much for both of them. Looking at the photos, I will let the reader determine who had the best form and ride. Neither of them stayed on for eight seconds, it was more like two or three seconds. They wanted me to ride. I did not succumb so I did not break anything.
Once we actually sat at our seats we began to review the program we had been ...
... the first adventure of the day - a group of deer walking in our direction. They stopped. We stopped. Lily was dumbstruck for a moment and then the deer started to move and she lost it. They took off bounding into the brush along the banks and it was all I could do to hold onto her (and she only weighs 35 lbs!) It was a very exciting start to the day. Later on we made a trifecta, adding in horses AND cows. Her life would have been complete if only ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed