Woodland Park Country Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We started out this morning at the Garden of the Gods. So impressive to see the huge rocks set against the blue sky's of Colorado. We went on roads that we couldn't go on with the RV and took lots of pictures. See attached Next we set off for Manitou where the Pikes Peak Cog Railway is. As we drove in the train was leaving in just a few minutes and we were able to get tickets. They weren't window seats but we could see out both sides of the train. Saw some Aspen just ...
... because we thought there was a paved road for the entire distance. The Huard's decided to wait a while longer.
As we headed west on Ute Pass toward Woodland Park, we drove into a winter wonderland. A severe hailstorm left behind four to six inches of hail. The road was completely covered. In fact, there was so much hail on the road that the county called out snow plows to clear the way. It was ...
... it hit me - people in real life don't behave how we do. I walk into a gas station to find nearest outlet To charge phone while I use facilities, I use woods or just plain tumbleweed (true story) as a bathroom more frequently than I do plumbing, and sticking hands down my pants to apply butter while having normal conversations are all Completely normal things in bike and build life; I will definitely need to be reintroduced to Society in a few ...
... a touch of altitude sickness, and being accosted by fascinated Texans who took the cog rail up and wanted to have their pictures taken with us “Real-live Colorado mountain men” who walked all the way up the mountain.
The 19-mile drive up Pike’s Peak from Ute Pass is a long and pleasant one on a good road, the top half of which was paved in 2011. I found the views to be less frightening that some other roads ...
... park was established in 1909. This place was created to be like this all because of uplift. All the rocks used to lay down flat on the ground, but then there was uplift that caused the ground to rise into red rock formations called fins. The hike was really short, so after that we went to the Visitors Center and got our JR ranger books. I also learned about the Ute Indians, and their most important animal, the buffalo. ...