Super 8 Motel - Peterson AFB
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I slept good last night in the silence of Cheyanne Mountain! I kept on my sweats and had an extra blanket. Our heat works well and I knew nothing until 6:30. It was bright and sunny when a bugle wake up call sounded throughout the park. I am not sure where that came from, but it got me up and going. We finally washed the kids and I got myself ready to be in pictures. We drove to Dennis and Elaine's campground for some pancakes before we visit Garden of the Gods. ...
... It can really help take the emotion out of it and keep you on track. To make a very long story short... we went to Windish RV in Lakewood, CO and really fell in love with the Redwood. We looked at several Redwood floor plans on their lot, but just could not find one that felt like home. As we were walking away a Redwood was delivered to their lot--not even off the delivery truck! We were ...
... was back in the office. During the week I made in the evenings 2 MTB rides literally in my back garden, I only discovered this wonderful biking area this week... Saturday I was planning to ride Gold Camp Road, to do some mountain training, but unfortunately the park was closed due to the floods of 2-3 weeks ago. Alternative: Red Rock area, where the paths ...
... spanning more than 700 years of history, including Torahs that survived the Spanish Inquisition, ones confiscated by the Nazis and recovered in concentration camps, and others from across the globe including China
§ One of the world’s largest holdings of unpublished biblical and classical papyri, including surviving texts dating back to the time of the now-lost Library of Alexandria
§ Rare illuminated manuscripts and unknown ...
... which is the half-way point on the journey. At about the 5 mile point, the grade steepens again. Now we begin climbing in earnest. Lake Moraine and Mount Almagre dominate the views here. Many of the trees in this area are bristlecone pine, some of the oldest living things on earth! It is estimated that some trees on Pikes Peak are over 2000 years old. Once we climb above timberline, the views become more expansive. Timberline is the area where trees stop ...