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... a guy would offer to buy as drinks) Not complaining though. We did a bit of swing dancing, some line dancing (albeit- not good dancing) and just general sillyness from the aussies. Cowboy boots were optional but defs preferred. The game on the walls, the country music, the steak, the beer. It was a classic place and I didnt want to leave. Like literally everyone left and I stayed with JK and Leni and kept dancing. This night lead to my first experience of ...
... cycled down the Cache la Poudre River Trail as Olav wanted to see the river. It was flooded East of us with all the snow melt so naturally we went West. It is running really fast at the moment and there are a lot of floods, which have led to 3 deaths in the last 2 weeks, the usual total for a year.
We only cycled for about 40minutes as the bikes were due back at 3pm. By this time the clouds had turned to ...
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... Springs for the night. We decided to stop at Hot Sulphur springs for a dip after being cold and wet. It cost about $20 including a towel. They do accept AAA. It was on a hill side with many different size and temps of pools. I have to say it seemed a little run down but was relaxing and had plenty of people.
Over all it was a great start of the trip and I couldn't have chosen better people to go with.
... the biggest of them all is always on a Saturday close to Labor Day.
Anyway, I drove to Fort Collins and met Kelly and a friend of his named Kurt at Kelly’s house in old town Fort Collins about two blocks from the parade route. The Tour was quite a spectacle I had not expected, a continuous stream of thousands of costumed riders on all forms of pedal-powered cycling contraptions, a parade that took hours to pass in one direction and back in the other. ...