Days Inn Wellington Fort Collins Area
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I love packing. I love that packing means I'm going somewhere and I love all the excitement that comes with that knowledge. I love to puzzle that is packing and I also like to think I'm pretty good at it. I'm not one of those self proclaimed packing gurus you can find on every single travel blog ever, but I'm really good at Tetris. I ...
... college basketball game (CSU vs Wyoming). Slam dunks, roaring uni students, band music, cheerleaders and the whole shebang. A couple of great meals, some awesome photos in the snow and some time relaxing in the hot tub and it was time to hit the road again. See a college basketball game = ...
... but we hitched up tents, had a few beers and went to sleep. My first night sleeping in bear country was a restless one. Anyway waking up, (but did I even sleep?) at 6am was rough but we headed down to the lake to check out the sunrise. One of the most picturesque moment I've had, it was silent and cold and the sun was slowly inching above the mountains that stood across the lake. It was something else. After some stone skipping (or ...
... in Colorado. We have spent a good amount of time here. I have even lived here for a bit and yet we feel that we have barely scratched the surface. The next trip that we do may very well not leave the borders of this majestic state.
The Cache la Poudre river in Northern Colorado is a place of Awe. Yosemite, Glacier National Park, and a few other spots have brought on this emotion for me. However the Poudre is different. It is quiet. It is secluded. It is in a ...
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 ...