AmericInn Lodge & Suites Ft. Collins South
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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We walked 17 miles today along the Poudre River Trail from Windsor to Greeley. What a beautiful day! We stopped for a nice lunch at the Kodak Bridge and took some time to rest and kick the shoes off for a while. The weather was fantastic but did get a little warm by the end of ...
... with this) and even in the boot! One thing I learned was that, due to certain civil rights laws here in the US, the police cannot pull you over without a very VALID reason, like a broken tail light, or not number plate, so people are very chill about breaking some 'minor' driving laws here.
So we started the horsetooth hike and I was not expecting it to be that hard. It was predominantly uphill and the last chunk of it was off track and basically real rock climbinb. It was ...
... believe that his will remain an issue. When the version of jailbreak software you have installed offers a "Safe Mode" which most do, all you will have to do is put your mobile in this mode to sync. As soon as your iPhone has been backed up, you've transferred your purchases to iTunes and downloaded the latest version of iOS you are all set. Prepare yourself for a couple hours of sync time, as some time was taken by these backups. For ...
... good that I came home yesterday as both mountain roads (Colorado Highways 14 & 34) into Ft Collins are closed due to heavy rain, flooding & rockslides, and it has been raining all night! Another day and I would have had to drive up to Laramie, WY or down to Denver to get home.
And I didn't even set up my tent!!
When I returned to Colorado from the East in August I got in touch with my friend Kelly about getting together for a "Kellython", one of the grueling hikes or bike rides I did frequently with him a few years earlier. Kelly's very fit and does cross-country ski marathons including Wisconsin’s Birkebeiner while I was feeling especially chubby from a low exercise summer. So I was disappointed when he suggested I head up to Fort Collins for the Tour de Fat. But first ...