Hilton Fort Collins
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... to some of the big differences such as transportation, I won't have my own car to jump in, and the language because while my Spanish is decent I have never experienced constantly having to use it especially in an unfamiliar area. But I am packed and ready because I know this experience will be amazing and for the next three months I will be nonstop learning. Join me on my adventure of living in Spain for the next three ...
... famous here.
After continously yelling "Im proud, to be, a CSU raaaam, I said Im proud, to be, a CSU raaaam" among other cheers, we left the orientation and headed to the carnival where were given dinner. It was however pouring so the jumping castles and rides didnt see like the best idea. Footy and frisbee did however, so the aussies and I started a massive circle which grew as more people joined in.
Friday arvo we went to the Boot Bar and Grill. We had some beers ...
... down the mountain. I knew I had dodged one and the German guy was right -- you'll make it on that bike!
By the time I got to Denver the weather changed to 68 degrees and sunny. I looked like a mess, brown water stains all over my bike and gear. Some hour or so later I rolled into Fort Collins, where I sit now while I write.
There are no pictures from this adventure. I thought it best to have the memory only.
... was a foreign looking lump in the bottom that looked promising. I lifted the lining up and there was the prize -- white and dazzling in all its glory.
Because of this fiasco, the packing project took nearly twice as long as I had set aside for it! I will never know if the mystery was solved by Ed or by St. Anthony, but it goes without saying that I was extremely happy to find it!
So go the best laid plans of the ...
- 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 ...