Travel Blogs from Fort Collins
Our trip started off 2 days earlier. We started in Freeport and headed to Dubuque IA to pick up a friend. We then headed south to Preston IA to drop off my son at his dads for a few days. We continued to Des Moines IA to stay the night at another friends house before finishing our trip to Colorado. We had planned on leaving 5am Thursday morning but …
... will have been married for 34 and 1/2 years. The boys (though men now, I will always refer to them as the boys), have all graduated with a Bachelors degree from College. Our youngest son graduated in May of 2013. This hopefully will give me time to save money and no more college tuition, YEA! I also gave my sons a deadline last year on my birthday in an email that I call the love letter. Letting them know how much I loved them and how amazing they were and that they had ...
Waking up on a deflated air mattress was a real efficient
way to begin the morning. Brewed a hot cup of coffee and sat down by the river.
Met a very nice couple from Fort Collins staying next to us at the Landing.
Denny was a life saver the previous night, as he walked over to let us know we
left a dome light on in the car! Later I asked him and his wife what brought
them to Fort Collins. Originally ...
So of course right before I am set to depart a massive snow storm centers itself all around me. A going away present if you will. The snow gods giving me a fitting send off. Just a few feet, but none in the mountains of course. The snow showed me who my true friends are. It showed me that I can find a closer friend in someone I haven't seen in years and barely know, than in someone who I have know for years. So I will cast ...
... However, I got a bit too comfortable and definitely ate it *******e last time, evening out the bone bruises to accompany both forearms. Did I mention Young Gulch beat my ass?
Exhausted and starving, Ben and I were excited for our plans for Thai food with Christy and Gonzo. After delicious food with wonderful friends, we were walking back to the car and ran into one of Christy’s ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSleep Inn Fort Collins
The hotel was very easy to find and a short distance to some good restaurants. It was on the small side but very clean and mostly updated. TV was not a flat screen. I wish the breakfast offered a little more hot food. Sausage was the only hot food available. The room also only had 3 tables. They did have toast, bagels, cereal.
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