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... pretty snowy and came across a coyote on the road too.
Green Willow has stayed open for us and we have a nice large s/c cottage. Into Manitoy Springs for dinner - the most tomatoish lasagne you can imagine & luke warm chowder - food remains a challenge here & I only thought it was South India where you ate a lot with your fingers.
It's now 2-0 to Liz on ...
... the temperature...It was -3.5C !!!!. The was down was amazing there are only guard rails on curves leaving nothing between you and air ! A bicyclist was going so fast downhill, he got caught up with a line of cars and had to slow down. When I got down to the bottom it was 20C and I was sweating. Colorado weather.
Next thing I did was to take a Cave tour in Cave of the Winds. Coming into the grounds was a series of very tricky hairpin ...
... brought us to the Front Range right beside the famous 14000+ foot high Pike's Peak where "America the Beautiful" was penned. This pass was the most challenging of the day with steep grades and winding roads. Since we were mere miles from the big city of Colorado Springs, there was also much more traffic to deal with. We passed the turnoff for the Peak Toll Road. I wad curious, but nit interested in paying the $29 toll. We passed the cliff dwellings which also suck ...
... shop, walked no more than 2 shops away before I turned around and rushed back to buy it. I haven't regretted that decision and G has almost forgiven me for buying Black Hills Gold. Finding gold in what were sacred mountains to the Native Americans exasperated the conflict that eventually led to the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Whereas I always wanted to be a pioneer (courtesy of Laura ...
... large cave system with fascinating formations including stalagmites and stalactites, cave popcorn, cave bacon and crystal. Our tour guide told us that in the early 1900's visitors were encouraged to break off a piece of stalactite for a souvenir, not realizing that they would never continue to grow. Such a shame! He also told us that the cave was discovered by two brothers aged about 10 ...