Hampton Inn Ft. Collins
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... and I am pretty slow taking lots of short rest breaks. Coming down went a lot faster but was ********* the knees. We had a total vertical ascent of 1000 feet on this hike today. This was very encouraging because our first day on the Camino will have a vertical ascent of about 1400 feet but we have all day to do it. Yay! We enjoyed crossing all the little streams today stepping on the rocks and logs that are in place for us. Those same streams will be a lot harder ...
... Also Big G have a guy playing saxophone which is awesome. They also have a light show in between performing, so they project all these cool images onto the rocks including the Colorado flag and grumpy cat. Grumpy cat at one stage was being projected on screen and then his eyes turned red and started 'vomiting' out rainbows. It was insane! They also had the local high school marching band come on stage which sounded sick!
The other week we had our ...
... things start getting a lot more serious. It also can be quite an emotional process as the girls often share more personal stories and follow with how their sisters got them through difficult times. It is meant to be a bit of an interview process but to me it never felt like that, it was just conversation, mainly about Australia haha. Which is why I was never nervous about the process, unlike a lot of girls who would be very upset if they didnt get call backs to ...
... Back hoes were even down in the river trying to remove rocks that had moved there with the water that washed this place out. The river now was not much more then a running stream. We finally cleared the roadworks a I continued my journey. There was evidence of this flood everywhere. Houses on the river had their bottom floors stripped and barns and sheds had their timbers washed away. Eventually we stopped again. More roadworks. This wait was like 40 minutes. Everyone ...
During August and September (the supposed dry months) of 2013, I planned my first long distance solo motorcycle camping trip. (Up till now, my longest trip was 5 days around Colorado.)
I will cover 4,260 miles over 23 days through Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Washington, British Columbia, Alberta, Montana and Wyoming with sightseeing ...