Pikes Peak Resort
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- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... here that a freak storm uncovered ancient dwellings dating back 5,500 years which makes it older than Stone-hedge and the Egyptian pyramids. Archeologist have since uncovered more of these sophisticated dwellings with tunnels and tools used by the inhabitants. There are many other places to see such as Loch Ness and the standing stone circle to mention a few. So, if you want to experience the trip of a life time, then Scotland is a must ...
Yesterday my Son Eric and I attended the 92 running of the International car race up Pikes Peak. What an amazing event. This is a 12.4 mile race from about 8000ft to the summit at 14,110 ft. The course has 152 turns, most of them hairpin corners through the switchbacks. The temperature drops 30* from the starting point to the summit. The racers have to contend with this change in the pavement temperature affecting traction and the loss ...
I went out to Colorado Springs for Todd and Emily's wedding. It was a fabulous weekend with family and friends. The wedding was really nice--it fit Todd and Emily so well. The weather was perfect too! I got to see the Garden of the Gods and the Air Force Academy.
... 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. ...
... or as it is known in the UK the hokey kokey. Later other folks joined and there was a lovely fire with dancers dancing and drummers (myself included) drumming but no partridge in a pear tree to be seen!! As someone who is usually first on the dance floor and last one off I was so incredibly amazed that for once in my life I was not compelled to dance but rather to enjoy my drumming lesson and to really emmerse myself in the beat and rythm of the drums. There is ...