Super 8 Garden of the Gods
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... clouds to which we've become accustomed. Well, Bob says he'll be OK, the gas guage reads 1/2 (although we should have adjusted for the fact the toll booth is on an up-slope) and the weather gear is in the back. Well, the short version is that Dianne enjoyed the view from every turn, Bob's knuckles were white, his breathing shallow & he had a nose-bleed that started and stopped at the odd numbered ...
Unlike most forts of the time, this one was built of adobe. Leaving “Bent’s Old Fort we headed west on
Rt. 194 and Rt. 266 to east US 50; this was again through very flat farm
country with fields as far as the eye could see, trees were few and far
between, mostly around the farm houses or along the creek beds. Another wildlife surprise today was the
sighting of a prairie dog colony, with the traditional lookout ...
... at the counter the server asks if we have been there before and when we say no he quickly offers us samples and explains how things work. Basically, this is more of a store that gives you fresh cooked food and you pay by weight for your meat and pick sides to go with your meat.
We decide on a half ...
... of the city of Colorado Springs. The uppermost portion of Pikes Peak, above 14,000 feet elevation, was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1961.
The track of the Pikes Peak Cog Railway is 8.9 miles long. The round trip lasts 3 hours and 10 minutes. The first third of our trip is along Ruxton Creek in Englemann Canyon. Here the steep track follows a cascading stream through dense stands of Englemann spruce, Colorado blue spruce as well as ...
... and me toured around the place, the grandparents and me took the incline railroad. It took us all the way down to the river and back up. Then we went through Phantom Canyon, which was beyond beautiful. It was a dirt road that you could only go twenty mph on and it was so worth the time. I even took pictures through the sunroof of grandma’s truck. We then went through to Cripple Creek, Colorado. Tons of casinos! Then we came back to the camper and settled down for the ...