Days Inn Wellington
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After camping throughout most of the United States, our family had a long debate this morning. The questions was what are your top three states and why. Colorado, New Mexico, and California in no particular order were the consistent nominees. We all agreed that Colorado would be hands down number one if it were not for the winter weather. The snow did not bother Hunter and Colby , but Kristi and I have more years of shoveling it than them. There is so much to see ...
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 ...
and imagine my excitement, 8 rams! this was a rare treat indeed :)
wow! so ...
... 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.
We woke up early this morning thanks to the annoying yapper in the room below. We were anxious to get home anyway. It was a wonderful trip. Thank you Eric for spoiling me and for planning such an awesome Birthday. I love you.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center