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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Creek Pass, were in rain off and on all day. In Monte Vista, we drove through where it had hailed quite a bit and we too drove in some hail. We stopped at Alamosa for lunch then drove on to Walsenburg where we got on the interstate. We stopped for gas at Trinidad, Colorado for gas before crossing into New Mexico. We got off the interstate at highway 64 and found this to be a nice 4 lane road all the way to Clayton, ...
... ate at the Outback restaurant next door. We visited with a nice young gentleman who was our waiter. Our room was on the 3rd floor and very quiet.. a nice start to our vacation. September 17, 2014 (Wednesday) We left Amarillo at 8:23 am and weather was pleasant. Don started out driving and soon we drove by Cadillac Ranch where the cars are partly buried in the ground with trunks sticking up. We also saw a group of motorcycle riders riding on route ...
... in Zhuhai- even if we don't move back to Zhuhai, I will want to try to set up an online bible study with them and visit once or twice a year to teach- but, I also do not want to go where the Lord does not want me to go.
Right now there seem to be obstacles in going back to China. We're asking for discernment to know if that is just Satan resisting, or if the Lord is sending us to KC instead.
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... with a bunch of historical markers & information. We do appreciate the history behind it all though, and generally leave knowing a little more than when we arrived. The next stop was the George Washington Carver National Monument. It is not too far off the Interstate, but feels like the middle of nowhere (of course there wasn't anything exciting on the Interstate either). We learned a ...
... and right now, it's pretty great because it seems we're moving beyond that too: we're becoming a family of sorts. Annie and I talked causally and hung out at host sites and lunches and things of that nature, but we hadn't really ridden together. And I don't know what Annie has or hasn't talked about on this blog before, but I'm very briefly going to talk about riding with someone the bike... and if she has talked about it, this is my opinion of it: it's absolutely ...