I agree with Kat -- you are a brave man!
I grew up in Colorado and I'll add something to Kendall's fun/interesting
things to do in the region around Pueblo. When I was around eight or nine,
we went to the Royal Gorge and it _really_ made an impression on me. I just
looked for it on the web, and of course it's become this attraction with an
amusement park type feel. blah! But the good stuff is still there - a
suspension bridge that traverses and an amazing incline railway that
descends into this strikingly beautiful natural landscape. I clearly
remember my sense of awe 32 years after seeing the gorge.
It's about 40 miles from Pueblo. Here's the website:
A thought for your trip - take earplugs?!
> Good luck! Pueblo's an interesting town (NOT!); if you get a chance, go
> up to Colorado Springs as it's got more that might interest kids,
> especially kids from Texas (Rodeo Hall of Fame, Cheyenne Mtn. zoo, Air
> Force Academy (Don't know how much they'll let people poke around there
> Kendall Corbett
> The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one
> persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore, all
> progress depends on the unreasonable man.
> -George Bernard Shaw 1856-1950
> In August me, my wife, daughter and four grandkids will go by van to
> CO for my mother in law's 100th birthday. A thousand miles with two
> women and
> four kids under 8 yo!
> My son and daughter inlaw will fly from Charlotte.
> Wish me luck, please.