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We expected when we got our truck that we might also get a different 5th wheel. Best laid plans as they say... When we started all of this we didn't expect to need a new truck AND a new 5th wheel. The Montana was having some structural issues--that we just were afraid were going to get worse. Then came the early Colorado winter. We really wanted to stay for Thanksgiving and Christmas--since it was ...
... Our drive took us past an army base, through canyons and up the majestic mountains. We drove past Monarch ski resort which was small and near the top of the continental divide. The weather was perfect for a Sunday afternoon drive. We reached the BlueMesa Reservoir which is a very large body of water connected by fingers of streams and rivers. We love this place and are fascinated by the fact that this is the only body of water for miles. Much different ...
We had breakfast this morning at The Egg & I, good food and a wonderful witress.
Off to Passages: Bible Experience about 3 miles away.
There were no photos allowed in the Passages: Bible Experience. I can tell you it was amazing. The displays were well marked and the information boards matched the numbered items on display. We spent about 3 hrs. but could have spent more time. The employees were friendly and helpful. If this traveling museum ...
We climbed Pike's Peak today on the cog railway. Went from an elevation of 6,700 in Manitou Springs to 14,110 at the summit. Pike's Peak cog railway is the highest cog railway ln the world and has the largest elevation gain of 7,500 feet. Started our trip at the quaint and original depot built in 1890. First train trip to the summit was in June 1891. Train trip up and back takes 80 minutes each way and you get 30 minutes at the ...
... 25; we are being delayed."
OK...we we boarded at 9AM and headed toward the Air Force Academy. Then there was a 30- minute delay waiting for the 2nd busload, and no one to lead the tour of the chapel. At 10AM we listened to the ladies describe the life in the day of a cadet routine on the Campus, followed by details of this extradinaroy structure that was built with the help of Frank Lloyd Wright guidelines in 1963 at the price ...