Holiday Inn Express Fort Collins
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... very rarely, senoirs.
After this brief run down we were split into groups and got our schedule for the day. It's a full on day where we visit all seven houses and find the right one for us.
At the first house, we were greeted by the girls in the doorway singing a pop song that they had changed the lyrics to. As we awkwardly stood in the doorway, the girls would then come up to us, smile on and hand out, and say 'welcome to ... my names ...." ...
... grazing on the mountainside meadows. More astonishing, were the people who abandoned their cars and approached the elk, coming within 20 yards of these giant animals. Crazy! I relied on my zoom lens and stayed a safe distance.
We are spending the night in Grand Lake. It's a bustling little resort town where we had a tasty meal and more importantly, we were able to wash clothes! Tomorrow we drive west across Colorado to Dinosaur National Monument. ...
... assisting us in locating the whereabouts of our bag tracked it down and found that it had missed the flight in London and was still at Heathrow. We were told it would be delivered by courier to our house, probably the following day. It did not arrive the next day, nor the day after. I was beginning to worry when after three days we still had not received it. Visions began to cross my mind of jolly and intoxicated customs agents, "confiscating" and enjoying our missing raki in ...
Day 2: Nebraska/Colorado Foothills
It was another long day of driving yesterday through the rest of Nebraska and into Colorado. We decided to take a scenic bypass onto Interstate 76 vs. 80 which took us straight into Colorado rather than Wyoming. It was really cool because for most of the drive we were the only car on the road. It was extremely hot, somewhere in the 90's, but we had the sunroof open and the windows down ...
... with walls straight up, making you quite uncomfortable if you have claustrophobia.
Amazing is the only way to describe Rocky Mountain National Park. This small park in northeastern Colorado is called “the top of the world for everybody”, and it is breathless . Trail Ridge Road is the highest major highway in North America, and on our GPS topped out at 12,200’. When you ...