Super 8 Motel - Peterson AFB
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... by the challenge, I started at the visitor's center to shorten the climb to 13 miles and 5000 feet of climbing. That is still over twice as high a climb as I had ever done with much steeper grades, and at higher altitudes.
After some trouble on an early morning warm-up ride, I started up at 9am on a bike borrowed from a co-worker (thanks Mike!) Fortunately, I had switched from another bike I rode earlier in the week (thanks Rob!) that was newer ...
... has a lavish, expansive lobby, full-service restaurant, gift shop, friendly bell hops, and a manicured courtyard in the front. I love grand hotels like this, they represent the way travel used to be, and should be today.
Our big New Year's Eve dinner was at Texas T-Bones Steakhouse, which filled our bellies before retiring for the night -- HOURS before ...
... go check out the park before supper. We drove just a few miles to the Visitor's Center where we got a map of the park and some pointers on what to do. We decided to just drive through the park tonight and walk some of the trails in the morning. It is an amazing set of red rocks which are tilted perpendicular to the ground. It was close to dusk but most of the pictures I took came out anyway. We got out at Balance Rock in order to see it more closely. ...
... there were loads of wind turbines dotting the flat plains of Kansas. However, further west small oil rigs graced the landscape. It is pretty amazing how people could come out to this barren landscape with practically nothing and eke out a living. The pioneers were a special breed of people.
Had lunch in Colby KS. Mom had salad and I had ...
Randy cooked us a fabulous breakfast, then took the I-25 S to get across Denver before finding the CO-67. At the beginning this was a very pretty road, after a short while we came to a fork in the road and decided to take W Pine Creek road as this was only meant to be a 3 mile dirt road. Well it started out very easy and then we rounded a turn and WOW it just dropped, twisted and turned, very scary, I kept it in first gear and rode the rear brake ...