Pikes Peak Resort
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... see entry 3, Colorado Springs…Three Years Later, in the blog: When Gan Get There, Buddy?). In the most recent instance, because of rain, we decided to leave the ballpark for the warmth and dry of home. Regardless, even though we were there only a short period, it was a lot of fun.
We will try again in a ...
... t even consider it to be a bike day. We biked to the build site, had some donuts, and got to work. My group was assigned to the garage. I was feeling off all morning long and the group, collectively, seemed sluggish. I chalked it up to altitude... until we all realized we hadn't had coffee. I couldn't believe how affected I was, how affected everyone was. So Mary, one of our trip leaders, made a Starbucks ...
... 8220;aqua-phobic”, unable to absorb any rain fall. The
way things look, rains over the burn scar will put mud all across the
downtown area of Manitou Springs. It is a mess today, when this area
gets a storm of over one inch it will flush out all the way to the
plains well below this mountain. It won't be pretty. This kind of
thing will go on for years in this area until the burn ...
... the whole way up. Still, as soon as I got off that train I was so dizzy I didn't think I could walk. I felt almost faint. They told me to just sit down and drink more water. Which I did, but I couldn't walk around the summit too much. At 27 degrees, I am not sure I would have wanted to though. The rain they had in Colorado Springs was snow up at the summit of Pikes Peak, which was beautiful but without a winter coat ...