Here’s a “loop” for you. It’s about 200 or so miles depending where you start, but one of your favorite breakfast spots is always a good way to get everyone together (we all like to eat) and plan your ride). Get a map and draw your route, plan your stops because you don’t want to ask for directions. Since I’m in Colorado Springs, I’ll start there. Going north on 83, go past the blinking yellow light at the intersection of 105 and 83 and make a left on County Line road. This takes you over I-25 and down into Palmer Lake, where you make cross over the railroad tracks making a left and then a quick right on 105. Read more
This Is the Real Deal, Folks!
When you step into the Bucksnort saloon, you are surrounded by the rich and colorful history that encompasses this special part of Colorado. In the late 1800s, the Denver and South Park Railroad, a narrow gauge railroad, ambled its way along the Platte River from Union Station in Denver eventually making its way through South Park and to Buena Vista. Read more