Days Inn Wellington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Old Town is the name for the Fort Collins downtown area. Close to the Colorado State University (CSU) it caters for tourists and students, which means plenty of restaurants, gift and art shops and cheap entertainment. After wandering Old Town (with Ally) we grabbed some CSU gear and headed off ...
... gunna Jackson... You big talking maaaan!" (June carter features so I made sure to belt out her sections of the song, much to the dismay of my fellow passengers) I found out later he was talking about Jackson Mississippi but a girl can dream. We stopped in a petrol station that had two doors- one door was for over 21's due to the fact you could buy alcohol and guns on that side of the shop. Just casually. We arrived pretty late at a pretty ...
... entrance. As I transcended the stairs to the temple, I was greeted by a huge doe which I interpreted as an ambassador to this place. She looked at me unfazed and seemed to nod as I made my way to the great Buddha. At the door, I unhitched my sandals and stepped though the doorway into the sanctuary. Inside there were two pilgrims deep in mediation. Before me stood a giant 30 foot tall golden Buddha. This was not the fat Buddha that most of us know, but rather the ...
Happy Father's Day! After Murray cooked ME breakfast (something wrong with this picture), we took a stroll around the Terry Bison Ranch - lots to see. The horses were saddled and ready to go, the train was doing its tour out to the grazing buffalo and the Tombstone Cafe was open for breakfast. The ranch is made up of 27,500 acres with 3,000 bison. We learned that the term buffalo is really slang for bison. There are also five camels that the owner hoped to provide camel ...
... br> I checked my phone to find several messages from Dave telling us they dodged tornadoes and missed the mudslide by 300 feet and had to turn back. They were thankfully safe and sound at home. I also had several messages from friends in Fort Collins asking if we were ok. Apparently while we were dancing the night away in the serene setting of The Mish we happily missed all the excitement. Sometimes it is nice to be oblivious.