La Quinta Inn Fort Collins
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... which helped guide me out of the tunnel.
Fortunately there was a truck pullover outside the tunnel. I motored over and stopped. I couldn't see through any glass. Getting off the bike was a relief despite the pounding snow. I had to clean my visor as it was caked with brown slush! All clean I mounted the bike and slowly started off.
My visor and glasses didn't work until we hit 40 degrees which was a ...
- Friendly People: The many, many friendly folks I camped with who shared their homemade moonshine liquor, beers, wine, meals, and friendly laughter along my route, the Miller Family in Spokane who hosted me for 3 days, and whom I hiked with in Yellowstone
I like touring solo. This seems odd to many other motorcycle riders I met, who value ...
OK, it is officially less than a day before we leave. I am actually at work right now but have pretty much checked out already. Packing is mostly complete. I just need to do the dishes and mow the lawn one last time before I leave. Flight is at 0855 ...
... s chuffing freezing!
Time for a pint I think.
Closest walkable bar is the Sundance Steakhouse and Saloon bar. Nice place actually. Today there's dancing lessons on the main floor, but we took up residence at the bar and waited... cuz after ...
... began telling us our safety pointers, and instructions like, “Forward (row/paddle), Back, Stop, High side (jump up to the high side of the raft), and Bump (everyone leaning in towards the middle). I don’t remember all of his jokes, I just remember him speaking via David Byrne of Talking Heads from the song “Once in a Lifetime,” saying things like, “And you may find yourself…with Poudre in your ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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