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... in the depths of fall with aspens all aglow in yellow.
Cruising into Fort Collins, we beelined it to the New Belgium Brewery where we got a free tour with a salty dog that kept calling us Oregon as if that was both of our first names. In the midst of the Tour, Powerstroke leaned over to Turbo Diesel and said, "see, anyone can start a brewery... I'm telling you..." Who knows, maybe we'll turn out some impressive IPAs, ...
... in Colorado for four weeks now, we had learned to expect afternoon rain showers or even thunderstorms. The rain came in overnight and didn’t let up. The wind blew fiercely, taking down a large awning from our neighbors horse trailer turned camper. In the morning, we enjoyed a cup of coffee with them before heading out to find breakfast in Trinidad.
By the time we finished our eggs with chili, the sun was shining for our drive into the Texas Panhandle. ...
... jackets and we looked pretty funny in all of our gear. John got a special helmet so that he could mount the Go-Pro camera on it. He looked like a geek.
The rafting trip was awesome. The trip through the gorge was beautiful. Our guide was very knowledgeable about the area and provided us with a lot of history of the area. We went through several Class IV rapids and in the first one call Sunshine Falls, ...
... barber shops, and a ton of consignment shops. We visited a couple of antique shops and I bought a casserole dish and a pitcher. We are used to small businesses in strip malls and big shopping centers and it was interesting to see all of these stores surviving on Main Street. The parking was free on the street; might be why.
The town has a state prison and in fact there are 9 correctional facilities in the county. We saw a few of ...
... who live in tents. My tour guide Carolyn was from Portland and the young gal in the gift shop was from Bend. Both seemed to have regrets about having to leave to go back to college.
I asked two volunteers about the relationship between the wolf sanctuary and the ranchers near Westcliffe. They said it was good; They said the ranchers appreciated having a place to "donate" the carcasses of their dead ...
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