Rodeway Inn Manitou Springs
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... way. When they got back they said the creek was really high and running really fast.
It has been a great first time tour. We highly recommend any tour with Mark Warther. Just go to the website for the Warther Museum and check them out. We are considering doing the Southwest Tour and he is putting together a Shakespeare Tour in England that sounds interesting. So tomorrow we are up at 6:45 and leave for the airport at 7:45.
... park was established in 1909. This place was created to be like this all because of uplift. All the rocks used to lay down flat on the ground, but then there was uplift that caused the ground to rise into red rock formations called fins. The hike was really short, so after that we went to the Visitors Center and got our JR ranger books. I also learned about the Ute Indians, and their most important animal, the buffalo. ...
... great choice of drinks and snacks, a laid-back atmosphere. It is run by the Twelve Tribes community (http://directory.ic.org/20287/Twelve_T ribes_Community_in_Manitou_Springs_CO/i mages/785) and there is material around relating to their religion but it isn't forced on you in any way. Gary and I discussed as we often do why it is that these communities seem to feel that they have to dress as ...
... into a side road but the depth of snow and lack of grip was such that he just very carefully turned the car around and went back to the main road. We drove on with me worrying about the need to eat on top of everything else. Almost at the interstate, right by the access road, we spotted a Pizza Hut; I have never, ever, ever been so pleased to see a fast food restaurant. The car park was almost empty but it had possibly been ...
... are hoping to get there this weekend.
Roger is calling me achy-breaky butt today, as I am pretty bruised up and sore from my shower incident yesterday. Not as young as I used to be.
And that's all we have to say for today.
Roger & Anna
"A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving." (although it will be good to be home).