If you don’t have a travel backup plan for your next vacation, you need to read this. Seriously. Itineraries go sideways all the time.
Before my feet touched the ground, I knew something was wrong. I felt that familiar sore throat, the feverish chills, the body aches and fatigue.
I had the flu.
I rolled back into my bed at the Crowne Plaza in Denver and silently wondered, “How bad is this going to be?”
The answer came soon enough. Two of my kids — the indefatigable 11-year-old and the high-energy 13-year-old — were uninfected. “How to get better in Boulder, Colorado (and find time for a few turns)”
Purgatory sounds like a scary anecdote from Mrs. Olson’s Sunday School class. As in, “If you sin, you will end up skiing the slopes of Purgatory for all eternity.”
That wouldn’t be such a bad thing, come to think of it. “Dante would love these Colorado ski resorts and so will your kids”
Mention Colorado Springs and you probably think of Pikes Peak, the highest mountain in the southern Front Range of the Rockies, or the Broadmoor Hotel, the historic resort nestled in the hills overlooking the city.
But what happens when you take both of those out of the picture, plus most of the other tourists? “Bouncing around Colorado Springs in the dead of winter”
Question: My house in Fort Collins, Colo., burned to the ground during this summer’s wildfires, and I’m having some trouble with my phone company that I could use your help with.
“My house burned down and now my phone company won’t answer my calls”