Bronco Billy's Hotel
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... from the wagons of the travellers on the Oregon, California and Mormon trails. Quite deep. There were also names dating back to the settlers carved into the soft cliff face. Unfortunately, more recent people had added their names. Originally, there were Indian petroglyphs but these had been lost.
On to Fort Laramie. A huge Army establishment and lots of history here especially in the Indian wars. stopped for a sarsparilla and met a really ...
... Motorcycles who had the chain and sprockets. We then rode 50 miles through horrendous storms the hail was so bad we had to pull over to the side of the road as we could not see a thing. We tried 3 times to get going as it would die down a little but as soon as we got going it became to painful but ...
The day started with a wake up call at 2.45am in our hotel room at The Marriott in Los Angeles to get dressed, checked out and on the shuttle to the airport to catch the first of 2 flights this morning to get us to Colorado Springs finally. When we got to the airport this morning we tried to use the self check in but it kept wanting to charge us $167 for our bag to be checked in.... We talked nicely to a United Airlines lady who helped us with ...
... 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 ...
... exhibits of aircraft used in WWII , Korean Conflict and Viet Nam, among others, on the 8 acres of museum grounds. The 1940 original Municipal Airport of Colorado Springs is home now to the Air Force Museum of Colorado Springs. I'm attaching some photos of the best highlights.
For me, the very best highlight was a tour of the inside a "super Connie" (Lockheed Constellation that was first designed for passenger flight and ...