Howard Johnson Colorado Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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After two days playing with 2 1/2 year old Clara Jane, we need a day off to recharge our batteries. It is rainier than usual here and cooler as well. Will be staying until the weather east of here is more stable. Did see this scrawny yearling bear in the back yard. Also saw some deer but they were too fast to take a ...
... why? Were they wind break, or boundary lines? Don't know. The gently rolling hills and big blue skies reminded us a lot of Nebraska. Makes sense since it’s a neighboring state.
Josie picked up a cool owl stuffed animal (hey, she needed a cuddly to sleep with tonight) so Mac and Jo were busy making a video with the owl.
Continuing on, we finally made our way out of Kansas, which wasn't as boring as we thought it would be, and ...
After leaving the Rocky Mountain National park we travelled towards Boulder, then Denver (shucks, no sighting of Peyton.... he must be at practice), to our destination for the night, Colorado Springs. We are staying at a gorgeous, grand hotel, the Antlers Hilton, on this New Year's Eve. This hotel was built more than 100 years ago, but has been meticulously ...
... of the Gods was but a short drive away. It's a reserve containing deep red rocky outcrops weathered to fantastic shapes. Saw deer casually sitting in the shade surveying the passing parade of visitors to the park.
Onward to Cave of the Winds. We arrived too late in the day to tour the caves at length so decided to simply have fun on the flying fox. It looked so much fun that I think I engaged my mouth before I engaged the brain. ...
... found us at the south parking lot on Paint Mines Road.
Driving east from Colorado Springs, the terrain consists of gentle, rolling hills with very few trees. As one reaches Calhan, turns toward the Paint Mines and scans the horizon; one sees...nothing. It is not until the hike in from the parking lot that one begins to see anything of the Paint Mines. After about a half-mile and a couple ...