Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Loveland
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After a very early morning, and an hour flight delay leaving Dallas, we arrived home safe but tired.
A nap is in order as we have tickets to see the "Passing Zone Saves the World" tonight in Fort Collins.
Home again, Home again, Hippety ...
... pay over $100 for a room in Sterling, CO, known for its feedlots and corn fields? We found that every room in Loveland was booked too. Turns out Cheyenne's big rodeo and fair, which is a huge event drawing 200,000 visitors, causes a motel vacuum for miles around. We are an hour south of Cheyenne, but obviously close enough. So we settled on a campground in the middle of the city at Boyd Lake SP. I wanted to drive more but I was tired already so it's not the worst thing. ...
... of meningitis vaccinations after Sierra Krizman died of it in 2007. It took place at 'The Ranch' in Loveland which is a big venue for hockey matches and concerts. It was the hardest race I have done for a long time - not because it was terribly competitive but I think the combination of the heat and the altitude made it difficult. Plus I probably pushed myself too hard. The course was flat and pretty ...
... friends. I'm not sure about the psychology behind this so we will save that topic for a later time.
Now fast forward to early this year when I was thinking about returning to Boulder at some point in the summer to renew friendships and do some more riding with the club. Think of it as making an annual pilgrimage to Mecca. As things worked out it made sense to schedule the trip in July and oh by the way why not sign-up for the Triple Bypass. I went ...
... only green. The only animals we saw were elk that people were walking right up to. The view from the top of the alpine tree line was pretty. Bare land with spots of snow.
The drive to White Pass, WA is just as beautiful. We really are lucky to live where we do. 300 days of sunshine in Yakima and within 2 hours of any type of landscape (desert, mountains, ocean, ...