Residence Inn Fort Collins
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Our January hiking day was blessed with beautiful weather! We planned to walk 20 miles today from Windsor to the west side of Fort Collins and we all made it, even the dogs! Our spirits were good but I think all three of us had a few sore spots by the end of the day. Our goal today was to do a hike that might mimic the type of walking that we will be doing in Spain. So with that in mind, we had a bit of trail walking and some roadside walking, a bit of pavement and some dirt roads and ...
Today, we managed a 12+ mile walk along the Poudre River Trail in Fort Collins preparing for the Camino. Johnna brought her dog, Dillon, and Zoey came with Sue. The temperature was in the 50's today which is nice walking weather. It got a little blustery as we stopped for lunch (of course!) but we just added a couple more layers and did just fine. We ...
... went back for an international dinner. After this we went to Danielles house and had a really fun night. The next day I bought a bike finally and then went to the Pep Rally which was cool to watch- it was an hour of chanting and twirling around our ram towels as we were introduced to the football team, including a small speech from the quarterback(!) and the womens volleyball team. It was cool.
We went to Fuzzys that night, another bar/resturant and I got a $5 quesadilla, which ...
... 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.
... many tourists after Labor Day), the geysers and abundant wildlife in the Lamar Valley and the North Loop, the Blacktail Plateau road