Econo Lodge Near Peterson Air Force Base
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... play laser tag (I came in last), play air hockey, play skee ball, shoot baskets for competition and lastly, bowling. All in one day...the decathlon lasted close to 10 hours! I believe my team finished in 3rd place. :( But anyway I have included a few pictures of my decathlon team. One picture cut off the player's head because she is 6'7 (sorry Sedona). :)
Whew! I'm ...
... holiday season to be full-timing. But we ended up having one of the coldest December in years. We just couldn't get warm. We had multiple electric heaters running, we were blowing through propane like it was water. Then... frozen pipes!
We had looked at 5th wheels for several months, but didn't expect to get one until we were down south. We had heard there was a lot more inventory ...
... in 2016. The national museum will also house the Green Scholars Initiative, which brings together established and young scholars to pioneer groundbreaking research on items in the collection.
The driving force behind the initiative, Green now devotes close to half his time to providing the vision and financial resources for The Green Collection. By applying his business acumen and marketplace vision to biblical antiquities, Green's desire is for people ...
... exhibits of aircraft used in WWII , Korean Conflict and Viet Nam, among others, on the 8 acres of museum grounds. The 1940 original Municipal Airport of Colorado Springs is home now to the Air Force Museum of Colorado Springs. I'm attaching some photos of the best highlights.
For me, the very best highlight was a tour of the inside a "super Connie" (Lockheed Constellation that was first designed for passenger flight and ...
... and restaurants and tourists by the hundreds), we headed off to the Air Force Academy which, according to their website, has a visitor center and a self-guiding tour. Turns out that that is mostly true. Following instructions on the website, we entered by the South Gate, and stopped in the building indicated for visitors' passes. This led to our being sent to the North Gate where casual tourists are to enter; apparently ...