One beautiful sunset over the Rocky Mountains
The Chapel at The Air Force Academy
The absolutely breathtaking Garden of the Gods
|Pike's Peak in the distance|
My favesies part of the trip: The Manitou Cliff Dwellings
|Authentic Anasazi cliff dwellings, dating 800-1000 years old|
|This was a storage bin made of sandstone slabs and used for storing corn, beans, and squash. The openings at the top and in the front were covered with thin stones, then sealed with adobe to prevent rats, mice, and weevils from entering.|
|"Their history disappears suddenly from the archeological record in the late 1100 AMD. No Pueblo Indian group living today can trace their lineage back to the Mimbres Indians."|
Approximately ONE MILLION shots of me trying to capture scenery in the shades.
Because I'm deep like that.
3 free beers at the Coors Brewery
|My personal fave...|
14,110 feet up on PIKE'S PEAK, baby
My pictures don't do it justice.
Not even close.
Also, I couldn't breathe that high up and got dizzy.
It was fun.
6,626 feet above The Royal Gorge.
Whom I lovingly refer to as George.
|Yep. I totes walked across this.|
One amazeballs trip. I can't wait to go back to Colorado. I'll def be doing Nashville and Memphis again someday.
You should too.
Let's go together.
*reaches out hand*