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Today, we managed a 12+ mile walk along the Poudre River Trail in Fort Collins preparing for the Camino. Johnna brought her dog, Dillon, and Zoey came with Sue. The temperature was in the 50's today which is nice walking weather. It got a little blustery as we stopped for lunch (of course!) but we just added a couple more layers and did just fine. We ...
... went back for an international dinner. After this we went to Danielles house and had a really fun night. The next day I bought a bike finally and then went to the Pep Rally which was cool to watch- it was an hour of chanting and twirling around our ram towels as we were introduced to the football team, including a small speech from the quarterback(!) and the womens volleyball team. It was cool.
We went to Fuzzys that night, another bar/resturant and I got a $5 quesadilla, which ...
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... and potential safety of a group, but I think it tends to focus you inwards towards the group and make it less likely your neighbors will approach. I found people often spoke to me first - curious about my trip route, my motorcycle, how I got all my gear packed on it, and willing to chat a bit for a few minutes or an evening. (A note of caution: 75-year-old ladies, touring together were the most outrageous flirts!)
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.