Alikar Gardens Resort
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... Springs is being with my Auntie Nori Rost. My Mamas and Auntie Nori have been friends for about 25 years (and of course, she was thrilled to meet me). Aside from just getting to spend time together, Auntie Nori was running in a half marathon in Idaho Springs and my Mamas went to watch and cheer her on. I on the other hand went and met some new friends (both 2 and 4 legged) to hang out with. That was fun because I had friends ...
... and poor health forced his relocation to Boston. As his health grew poorer he knew his dream of a western home in Colorado Springs would never come to pass. His heirs, keenly aware of his feelings for the impressive rock formations, donated the entire block of land to the City of Colorado Springs on the condition that the property would be forever available to the public free of charge. This sunny Sunday was ...
Thursday May 15, 2014
It was a Colorado spring morning, 45 degrees, windy and
sunny. Traveling south on state Rt. 59,
shortly after leaving camp we spotted more snow laying in the ditch next to the
road; the trip south was through vast farm fields over rolling terrain much
like that in Kansas, the farms are huge, covering a vast amount of land, but
the farm houses and surrounding buildings are rather ...
... the land around them is flat and suddenly this odd grouping of red rocks.
After driving through this park we head to the Manitou Springs visitor centre to get some recommendations. They are very friendly and offer us many suggestions but in the end they didn't really tell us anything we ...
... for a friend who went to school here. The folks in the exchange were some of the nicest people we have encountered in any base exchange. Very helpful and one gal even gave us her personal phone number just in case we got lost. She also gave us a map of the base. After a stop in the Visitor's Center we headed over to the Rampart Lodge. The nightly rate was only $53.00 for a king bed room with TV, fridge, and microwave. There are enough towels to take care of ...