Hilton Garden Inn Fort Collins
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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A cheery chorus of birdsong awoke me well before sunrise and I bounded happily out of bed with a strong sense of purpose -- today is the day to finalize packing! Ed and I shared a cup of tea and conversation before he left for work, and then I got myself dressed and ready to tackle the task at hand. Things went smoothly for a time as I made my way quickly down the personalized travel checklist I prepared a few weeks ago in anticipation of packing day. I carefully packed things one at ...
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 ...
... even got some ice cream, Blake got Blue Moon and me a combo of lemon and raspberry sorbets. Fort Collins seems like a really fun town! We came back to camp by dark and built a small fire and had a few brewksies :) Blake played his guitar for a little while and I did a little yoga under the stars, it was incredible. This morning we woke up about 8am. I sadly discovered that my granola bars got drowned in the cooler L But being as thrifty as ...
... of fish/wildlife ponds and it seems to be quite a popular spot for both campers and day users. We had a spectacular view of the sunset over the mountains in the distance and visits from some of the local birds. We haven't been using state parks this year and I really miss the hiking trails that can usually be found in these parks. Must remember that next ...
... selling cookies, holding silent auctions and more. Although parents are involved in Swiss schools, Swiss schools do not depend on them to such an extent and do not beg them to help out. Okay, so it’s very often the same parents doing everything, as is everywhere, but no parent in the US would find it awkward to walk into the school in the middle of the day or drop in for lunch at school with his or her child.
What about textbooks? Again due to ...