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Trip Report Pleasantly surprised by CO Springs

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Now that my skin has had a few days to moisten back up after drying out to alligator texture in Colorado, I figured I'd give my trip report:

I arrive Sunday night from 95 degree Austin weather to 35 degree rainy Colorado Springs weather. That was quite a shock to my system I must say (I'm not a fan of cold weather at all). I was attending a training class for a week so decided to wait to see attractions until later in the week when the temp was forecast to be sunny and in the 70's.

Monday night I went to Saltgrass Steakhouse with coworkers. The steaks were okay but somehow the altitude makes then not taste as good as in Texas.

To be continued...

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