Rodeway Inn and Suites
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... beautiful "castle" home. It was a lovely evening eating grilled salmon and wine tasting outside on their back deck. Good time with good people!
Wednesday, September 24th - Colorado Springs, CO
We had a 12:30 PM date to go sailing with Ruth & Bill on Lake Pueblo. It was a great day on the water and fun to sail again. It's been a long time! Back at the marina, Bill grilled thick pork chops and we enjoyed a dinner meal on the floating dock ...
... able to accomplish all that they did using only primitive tools. The pueblo building is now being used as a museum and gift shop, but you could see the how the building was constructed and imagine how it served the occupants. Visiting the cliff dwellings was a memorable experience. The afternoon was spent doing domestic chores and preparing to leave on the next leg of our trip in the morning.
... where it should be…pretty much dirty linens are all I leave) so to be asked to do so many extra things was aggravating. We decided to eat up the last of this amazing Apple Kuchen I bought a few days prior. There is this cute little bakery and I need to think about the name of it but it was a German Bakery right near the Safeway gas in the Stanley Plaza area. FABULOUS food and unreal baked goods. Jym decided to heat it up in ...
Before we hit the road today, we ventured into downtown Pueblo and visited Union Station, a large, old restored train station for the Union Pacific. Today the main waiting room is a convention center and most of the remainder is rental offices. There was a small museum with some model trains and an engine and a bunch of cars out back. We then drove up to Colorado Springs were we will stay for the next seven days until the Air Force Graduation day on ...
... as I started taking pictures, I heard clicks from the cameras of other photographers I had no idea were around me. We stayed around an hour enjoying the view of the Grand Tetons and the Snake River at sunrise.
Now, it's Pike's Peak or bust! After 10 hours of driving across the continental divide, we made it to Colorado Springs. Along the way, we saw ...