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... amongst the rocks :-) from there we made our way down the mountains and past a huge military base called Fort Carson- it was like a city in itself from what we could see (obviously we couldn't get in to explore!!!). Then it was on to Colorado Springs. From about 40 miles out we could see the weather in the mountains was looking ...
... He was well knowledgeable about the history of the cave. Since we were in a cave with the only light from lanterns, we were told things to say. For instance "step" or "duck" and my favorite " crack is whack" Just in case we showed a little to much while we were ducking down. He told us about the current occupants of the cave. They include Nellie, George, and a few kids. It defiantly got our group going. ...
... Cemetery for a dedication ceremony four crew members who lost their lives in the crash of their U-28 aircraft. Wendell stayed for the ceremony but I returned to the hotel in the shuttle.
That evening, we loaded back on the buses to attend a baseball game at Security Service Field between the Colorado Springs Sky Sox and the Tacoma Rainiers. We were taken to a Sky Box and served a buffet dinner, then sat on the deck to watch the ...
... pass a breeze. I love the view from the top of the pass where the trees open up to the empty desert of the San Luis abd Rio Grande below. Now we were in the Arkansas River watershed, a tributary of the Mississippi. We were closer to home. Not only does the geography change, so does the culture of the locals. Over the pass we approached the town of Buena Vista, a crossroads of the Rocky Mountain region. From here you can go almost any direction. The town has a bunch ...
... summer, if possible. Now, here we were. We had driven out of Arkansas, across Oklahoma and Kansas. Now, just outside of Colorado, we suddenly see it in the distance. Neither of us are deterred from its' massive size, but instead, the excitement explodes within us. Chris grabs the camera and gets some shots of our first view of Pikes Peak through the windshield. I think of a Dr. Suess quote, "Today is your day, your mountain is waiting, so get on your ...