Bronco Billy's Hotel
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... s front garden, happily munching on whatever was growing there ... Stopped off and looked through ivywild school, an old school building turned into boutique market place, had some pretty cool stores including a microbrewery, the bike store I was looking for looks to have moved ... Back home for lunch we were watching a squirrel bounding around the front lawn and digging around to bury his nuts for the winter, ...
... saved the day. And back to building we went. So, we're in Colorado Springs for two days. At this build site, we're building the foundation and then another B&B route is coming in after we leave and doing a blitz build (building the remainder of the house in a week). All 31 of us showed up on site and they divided us up into Groups. My group was the garage. We named ourselves the Rocky Mountain Garage Band. ...
... entertaining watching her come in for a landing. The guides were great and helped her stop without crashing.
At the end of the course we found ourselves standing on a 70 foot tall platform with only one way down. Repel. Ben and Riley once again gave us a quick lesson and we leaned over the side and jumped off. It was a great way to end the tour. We all piled back into the van and once again put our faith in Chainsaw to get us back to ...
... 8220;aqua-phobic”, unable to absorb any rain fall. The
way things look, rains over the burn scar will put mud all across the
downtown area of Manitou Springs. It is a mess today, when this area
gets a storm of over one inch it will flush out all the way to the
plains well below this mountain. It won't be pretty. This kind of
thing will go on for years in this area until the burn ...
... school. I remember singing the song and knowing about Pike’s Peak when I was only in fourth grade in Yonkers, New York.
Pike’s Peak is only one of Colorado’s 54 “fourteeners”, the 14,000 foot peaks in the state. But also it is also the most accessible for visitors. Pike’s is one of two fourteeners with a paved access road to the summit, and one that’s open for much of the year ...