Looks like a great place to visit for one and all. I've found that they've included a 65 car Ferris Wheel,a mini-bowling alley, an arcade etc...etc...etc...
To find out more at the company website, please click the links at Scheel's Sporting Goods store.
Today had been full of countryside landscapes so I was ready for a change of clusters of buildings that we saw closest to our traveled path within the Loveland City Limits.
Oh, LOOK! Mountains in the distance!!!
This wind driven sculpture was the first one apparent as we passed the Scheel's Sporting Goods store.
The skies were gray along our way and we did see the rain fall within visible driving distance around us but we weren't in any deluges coming into the city.
I appreciate greatly the new, updated colors and directional signs.
What an impressive sculpture! I know you would enjoy it much better in person. You'll find it located on Highway 34 on the Eastside of town .
Entering our airspace from the right, this jet flew over the hotel below as I kept snapping away to keep my mind alert.
This gentleman kept his puppy wrapped up so it couldn't wander away into traffic. I watched and wondered how the little tyke was being cared for???
Heading out of town on our way to Thompson Canyon we passed Lake Loveland. After passing this body of water several times my curosity was piqued at the beginnings of the Lake construction. I've discovered it to have been reconstructed from a muddy marsh into a source of agricultural irrigation and over time has evolved into a municipal water source. Please click Lake Loveland above to be enlightened if your curiosity has reached a level of need to know....
Getting to this point in Loveland made our next destination become more real. Getting through Thompson Canyon and then onto Estes Park!
Have a Great Day1