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... in Manitou Springs, just outside Colorado Springs. Close enough to Denver for a short drive to the airport on Friday morning.
Holly: My dad and I spent the afternoon at Aztec National Monument in Aztec, NM. A really interesting example of native american ruins for a glimpse of how they used to live. Unexpectedly fascinating (similar to the cliff dwelings in CO).
... unless you were Brian who had his Gerber Gloves with battery pack that kept his hands beautifully warm. We walked around taking photos of the beautiful vista before us and then took refuge in the cafe / gift shop.
The train whistle blasted and it was time to borad for the return trip. We returned back to the hotel and then went out for dinner a lovely end to a perfect day.
... Tyler a pocket knife for his collection. After that we just stood at the door and watched the rain. After about five minutes the rain let up a little bit. We took the opportunity to walk about 100 feet further east and duck into another store. The two ladies in that store were rather frantic because rain water was coming in the side of their store. We left after only a minute or two.
When we stepped back outside it was ...
It has been about three and one-half years since I was last in Colorado. Now it is time to deal with the jet lag. I woke up this morning at 03:30. Leslie joined me about an hour later. Hopefully this won't last for long.
We departed Fruita and began our drive to Colorado Springs.
When we got to Glenwood Canyon, I had to stop to take some photos. The Colorado River was just thick with rafters. Believe it or not, even though ...
There are two routes from Taos to the I-25; east on the US-64 or north on the NM-522 (which turns into the CO-159 over the border in Colorado) and then east on the US-160. Most of the breakfast room joined in the conversation as to the fastest and best route to take. The general consensus was that although the US-64 was a scenic route, going north was quicker and probably a better option given the forecast. We ...