Days Inn Colorado Springs
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We started off the day with climbing half way up the incline trail. Then we explored the town before we took the dog railway up pikes peak. When we completed the 3 hour round trip we went out to the golden coral.
... to Richmond was delayed (because the incoming flight was late) just long enough for me to make a flying run to the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory store in terminal C. It's a good thing, really, that we don't have RMCF in Virginia (well, there is one store, but it's in Roanoke--four hours away), because these are delicious chocolates. Of course, they cost about $2 apiece, so I can't afford them often anyway.
We were further ...
A little more than 90 minutes after boarding, we landed at the Colorado Springs Airport. Unfortunately, we sat on the taxiway for nearly 30 minutes, waiting to taxi to our gate. There was construction underway at the airport. Because of ...
We have been having problems with our F350 truck. When we started this journey we didn't expect to have to replace this truck. We budgeted for emergencies—we just didn’t plan for this size of unexpected expense this early. Several days the truck had no power—in fact going over Monarch Pass it overheated to the point of needing to pull off to ...
... little town, and hopefully get a cup of coffee.. We were in luck! The next little town that we came across happened to be named Jefferson. A nondescript 2 horse town with a little convenience, come cafe, come petrol station. Inside was a lovely lady who brewed a fresh cup of filter coffee for us. I've had better coffees in my life, but this one will be remembered because of the quaint setting and the lovely woman behind the counter. Glad we stopped for a caffeine hit.