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... many tourists after Labor Day), the geysers and abundant wildlife in the Lamar Valley and the North Loop, the Blacktail Plateau road
with horses; our photography speaks for itself about how amazing that was. I
told Kelsey, “This is one of the most amazing experiences of my life”. That
evening included a camp fire, bottle of red zinfandel, and spaghetti dinner.
Didn’t feel much like roughing it in the Rocky’s, even though we were in the
middle of a Canyon, on a white water river, miles away from civilization.
... s chuffing freezing!
Time for a pint I think.
Closest walkable bar is the Sundance Steakhouse and Saloon bar. Nice place actually. Today there's dancing lessons on the main floor, but we took up residence at the bar and waited... cuz after ...
... began telling us our safety pointers, and instructions like, “Forward (row/paddle), Back, Stop, High side (jump up to the high side of the raft), and Bump (everyone leaning in towards the middle). I don’t remember all of his jokes, I just remember him speaking via David Byrne of Talking Heads from the song “Once in a Lifetime,” saying things like, “And you may find yourself…with Poudre in your ...
... really good and we were able to write up some free postcards that felt like coasters.
Fort Collins - We spent the last 3 days of our trip in Fort Collins. We didn't do much touring around as we were busy doing wedding stuff. But I really enjoyed the town. I would love to spend some more time in this town. We did go to several bars and restaurants around town throughout the time we were there. A very cute college town!