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Travel Blogs from Fort Collins
... farmland with few trees reminding me of Saskatchewan ...Definitely ready for home..
Drove from Kansas into Colorado with wind blowing semis all over the road...it was nerve wracking just passing them.
We spent the next two days in Fort Collins in the company of our nephew Scott,wife Jessie and two wonderful boys, Broden and Laughlin. As we well remember the ...
Bit of a blur. The past few weeks have, especially, gone very quickly. Mainly because I have had to juggle my social life and actually working, due to mid terms and other assignments being due. So here is what my week, on average, mainly consists of: (Ill start from monday)
wake up at 11am (tough life)
lunch at 12 with the others (this is a standard time for lunch pretty much everyday.)
Chill out for the rest of the day. ...
... time. In the dining area, there would be nibbles and water.
I would give the girl I was talking to a name tag and a number, so they were able to recognise me and then decide if they wanted to invite me back for day 2. They decided this because out of the four girls I would talk to, they would all be talking to four other girls trying to join so the four sorority girls would then discuss this later and decide on whether not to invite us back.
... older well kept homes on smaller lots. Even the ones that seem to be rented by students are very well maintained. We also took a short drive to the opposite side of town and went to check out Terry Lake. Turns out is is a private lake that is part of a homeowners association. The public is not allowed to use the lake. The residences are very nice, larger homes with larger lots and some of the homes are on the lakeshore ...
... room at the airport. The bag did finally arrive by courier just after 5:00 a.m. the following Tuesday after we got home. I was a little apprehensive when we opened it, because although we had carefully wrapped and packaged the bottles of raki and olive oil, I still fully expected some breakage in handling on a journey of that length. We were delighted to find that everything was intact!
About two weeks after arriving back home we received a postage paid package ...