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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).
... that at Kidfetti a couple years back at Silver Springs Park?) Also saw some mountain lions/pumas being fed up-close, and they got to pet a prairie dog. That night we ate at Old Chicago (I remembered this chain from Coralville, or maybe Cedar Falls, but don't remember ever going to one) - we were also lured in by promises of bar trivia going on that night, but were disappointed when they didn't pipe in the questions throughout the ENTIRE restaurant... :(
Today was YATD (Yet Another Travel Day). We left the Black Hills and headed to Colorado. Initially, we were going to stop north of Denver and explore some parks near the Rockies. Unfortunately, we could not find any available hotel rooms anywhere close to the area. We decided to go ahead and drive through to Colorado Springs. It was worth it to get close enough to have another two-night stay at the hotel. ...
... 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 ...
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 ...