Howard Johnson Colorado Springs
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... over CS. Richard had to wash the Jeep, of course. Neither of us were hungry, since we ate at Cripple Creek earlier. I did some laundry, getting things ready to move out , I really like this campground. We've had deer walking thru our camp. The trails are great, the weather is perfect. The views are beautiful day and night. We will definitely be ...
... that in only a few short hours I will be boarding a plane to France. I say it now and it is still hard to believe.
My mind is racing with both anxiety and utter joy. I think that is common for beginnings of things.
The next time I write will be from France.
To the beginning of great things, journeys, and callings. May our travels and doings honor our father YHVH and provide an example of his wondrous love.
... place is very popular as we watch the constant stream of people buying take out food and the seating area filling up around us.
This meal is not going to be the best meal of the trip but it was a fun place to eat and no one went hungry.
WE headed back to the hotel to call it night early. We ...
Well, we took our time getting moving this morning, as the rain had moved in and was here to stay. Actually, it was still pretty, with the clouds in the mountains and the aspens turning color more each day. But we said our goodbyes to Grand Lake, and began the journey to Colorado Springs. I volunteered to drive, as I haven't done much driving. I was expecting a major highway, but I got a road that went HIGH into ...
Exhausted from our drive, we finally arrived in our hotel near Colorado Springs. We knew we had two options for visiting the Great Sand Dunes National Park. Arrive early or go later in the afternoon. Going in the middle of the day was hazardous as the temperatures of the sand can reach 120 degrees. OUCH!!!! After three days of endless hiking and driving, we decided on a mid afternoon arrival. The towns we drove past to get to Colorado springs had interesting names ...