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We woke up to another beautiful sunrise. The sky was cloudy and it was cool out, temp in 50's. We hiked up the mountain, found a trail that seemed more like a hiking trail, narrow with boulders and rocks to climb over. It is called Cougar Run,much higher up the mountain. We didn't see any cougars, just a flock of turkey. We hiked about six ...
... closer to the departing time, the announcement that the flight was overbooked was made. They were offering a $200 voucher and transfer to a later flight. I would have jumped at the opportunity, because free money is well free money, but the new flight times didn't line up.
We boarded at 545 am, they deiced the plane, then wheels up.
SONG OF THE FLIGHT: Best Day of My Life by American Authors
... unique menu and eclectic style was in sharp contrast to our typical stops on the trip so far. After lunch we walked around the downtown area and explored some of the local shops and the historic arcade. The arcade has some of the original Skeeball games from decades ago that you could still play.
A few hours later we were on our way to the Cave of the Winds and a family cave tour. To our surprise it was very crowded and we ...
... out again as the last train up Pikes Peak left at 2:40pm and we had to be there half an hour in advance. It was a nice ride to the train, through historic Manitou Springs town. We thought we might stop here in the way back, but right now needed to get to the train! We arrived at the train station on time and picked up our reserved tickets. There were plenty of people there even though it was no longer high season, and was during the week. We got some ...
... the fire which had been under control until then and it had swept down the mountains and into the city burning hundreds of homes to the ground (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waldo_Can yon_fire). On this day though, with no fire to be seen, but temperatures still scorching into the high 30's we hiked around Palmer Park. After a couple of hours, with our water supply running low and sun screen starting to wear off, we decided to pick our way down some ...