Fernweh Inn & Hostel
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... At the end of the day, we all felt pretty good about our time. The first 11 miles took us about 3.5 hours with one break in there. The second 9 took about 3 hours even though I think I was walking on sheer willpower for the last three miles. We had a nice break for lunch at the Environmental Learning Center on the east side of Fort Collins and one other break each in the morning and afternoon. Johnna's dog, Dillon, seemed to be very excited to go out again when we took a break at the ...
... a few sprinkles along the walk so we managed to stay dry. We did see a little bit of fall color. Some of the trees are pretty bare while others have a ways to go. Sue finally figured out (after two years) that there is a lock on the mouthpiece of her Camelbak water reservoir after spilling a considerable amount of water onto the seat of the picnic bench that ...
... and also a beer slushy thing called a beer rita which was also so good! I love here that the bars and resturants are the same thing! After fuzzys I headed back to Ollys who lives off campus and his roomate was having her 21st so we hung out there until they all went to the bars and the aussies started roaming around for a party. We went through the district (student living area) but I got over it so headed home.
On sunday I was up at 7 to head to the transit centre where we ...
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