Woodland Park Country Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... from the wagons of the travellers on the Oregon, California and Mormon trails. Quite deep. There were also names dating back to the settlers carved into the soft cliff face. Unfortunately, more recent people had added their names. Originally, there were Indian petroglyphs but these had been lost.
On to Fort Laramie. A huge Army establishment and lots of history here especially in the Indian wars. stopped for a sarsparilla and met a really ...
... day break. We rode in a car to Inverness where we boarded a tour bus to John O Groats on the north east shore of Scotland. It was beautiful and exciting as the bus make its way along winding narrow mountain roads. When we safely arrived, the rain had stopped and the sun peeked out. It was cool and windy as we watched for the tour boat to arrive. Excitement was in the air as about forty people were patiently waiting for its arrival. ...
... storm. Of course the bad weather system was hovering right over Las Vegas. We drove 268 miles from Colorado Springs. Well, we couldn't even get our satellite to connect even though there was no interference from trees. Murray was disappointed that he couldn't enjoy his tennis but we did watch some movies that we brought with ...
... for this morning were off.) -1 minute of complaining (we knew today was going to be a longer day than we thought, but we didn't know exactly how long. A lot of us were frustrated. I gave us a minute to talk about everything we hated and complain. Hannah, Carlee, Lauren, Alicia and I all talked at the same time, getting all that negativity out of our system.) -Alicia and I start our day together -We meet about ten other folks at a gas station for coffee ...
... That particular area of the FAC did not allow photographs. Regardless, we all very much enjoyed the displays. The first one we saw titled 'The No Plateau." It consisted of four columns of tinted glass. Each one was about four feet square and about 15 feet tall. There was a space nearly three feet wide which allowed one to walk between the columns. The columns were placed to form a larger square of about 12 feet by ...