Fairfield Inn Fort Collins Loveland
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... photos for you unless we can think of a solution. I can NOT believe we saw this turtle. If I had to go home right now, I would not feel cheated. Well, okay, maybe a little bit because I haven't been in the water yet... Finally, mercifully, it is 9:30 and I declare it close enough to a normal bedtime...we're folding down the Murphy bed and going to sleep. I hope you enjoyed our day of travel and arrival. We haven't made plans yet for tomorrow - please come back and vacation with ...
... descent. Low gear is necessary to save the brakes, but my newly purchased brakes are already shot thanks to the fine work of my mechanic. (I'm a bit angry they didn't last 3000 miles, even though I knew these vans are ******* brakes.) I think I touched the brakes once during the entire descent. The van has a great system for switching gears on mountains. Slow and steady we came to the front range where we could see the ocean if plains rolled out in front of us, reminding us ...
... Lira to Euros in a variety of amounts and in that order, the other side going from Lira to Dollars to Euros. A handy on the fly currency conversion.
Tomorrow I will pack (yes, seriously) and then spend the rest of the week trying not to put anything else into my bag! And ironing is on the list as well.
Last night I downloaded 5 new books to my Kindle.
Snacks...oh, I should think about some snacks...
Bringing Sarge back to Life.
Our trusty van, the Sprinter, was aptly named Sarge by Lynne and Lindsey during the adventure into the Sierra Mountains. The name has stuck, and he's been a champ throughout the trip and been patient as we learn his unique ways. For the most part, the Sprinter is an extremely well-designed ...
Tuesday 22nd May. Black Canyon of the Gunnison. Sunday we had a lazy morning, then went into Durango on the trolley bus, to the 'Taste' festival. All the main downtown area was closed for vehicular traffic, & it was a food, wine, beer & local drinks festival. Huge party day to welcome in the summer;bands playing etc. Great day. We went down to Farmington in New Mexico to see the best of the eclipse. Found out from the ranger @ the Aztec Ruins that there was a bit of ...