Howard Johnson Colorado Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
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... see off in the distant a massive storm that was heading in our direction...Both Calie and I are not big fans of storms and were in a storm watch mode....looking for a twister coming our way...Emily could care less because she was involved in her readings...not a bad idea!!! We did manage only a few rain drops, but very high winds as the storm passed to our North....
We found our hotel with ...
... t wait to walk amid the giant formations tomorrow. We spent about an hour in the park. On the way back to eat we stopped at a "Loaf N Jug" where we got gas, bread, and Pringles. It was like a Turkey Hill in Ohio so it gave us the Kroger discount. Then we headed to Trinity Brewery for supper. We got a table outside as it was starting to cool down. Most of the day it was in the upper 80s and lower 90s. Larry got a Soul Horkey which was an ale. He got two ...
... trip takes you through 4 life zones from lush high plains to fragile alpine tundra. Passing cascading streams and through a steep canyon of gigantic boulders and tall pines towards our destination of Pikes Peak well above the tree line.
The animals seen along the way were the Yellow Bellied Marmots and Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep. We climb to to 14,110ft above ...
It rose up in the road in front of us like a defiant giant. It refused to let us see what was on the other side of it, as if to say, "The only way to see what lies beyond is to conquer me." In the distance there it stood, the Rocky Mountains and Pikes Peak. This was fine with us. Chris, 12, and myself had taken a hike down the White River in Batesville, Arkansas, a couple of months earlier, and the subject of hiking Pikes Peak came up. We started making plans to do ...
... seem to have a very natural habitat.
We watched the feeding of the grey wolves, which was interesting. They seemed to be okay.
Also I fed a giraffe. It was hot and many of the animals were hiding in shady spots. But we enjoyed the visit because we enjoyed Bill's company and it was not a BAD zoo.
Although, even the snakes, which I am not a fan of, I felt sorry for. Not even enough room in their glass boxes to stretch to full size ...