Springhill Suites Colorado Springs South
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... sup>wheel. After exhaustive of research we realized it isn’t realistic for me (Lisa) to get into a semi regularly.
Today we brought home our new tow vehicle… a 2014 Ram 3500. It has crazy tow capacity (30,000 pounds). We will easily be able to tow our 5thwheel and then tow the jeep behind the 5th wheel. We ...
... at the Broadmoor. We saw several people with their personal dogs and upon arrival each dog is given a bone shaped tag that has their name engraved on it and says, Broadmoor guest on it. So cute! Molly, moose and Doug would love it here other than the fact they wouldn't be allowed in the pool, on the slide or I the ponds. I met Ruger on a golf cart and found out he worked at the Broadmoor. He chases geese and other animals out of the pond and off the golf courses. ...
... and commentaries
§ The earliest-known, near-complete translation of the Psalms to (Middle) English, including the Canticles and commentary predating Wycliffe’s translation by some 40 years
§ An undocumented copy of Wycliffe’s New Testament in (Middle) English
§ A number of the earliest printed texts, including a large portion of the Gutenberg Bible and the world’s only complete Block Bible in private hands
... 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 ...
... in front of an enormous screen showing the live events. We stayed for a little while but decided it was way too crowded with 15,000 other folks trying to see the stage, so we opted to go back to the camper and watch it on our own television.
We made a late night run to Walmart for groceries and then watched to ceremony. Wow – London pulled out all the stops for one phenomenal event. I may add attending the opening games to my new bucket ...