A few days ago, we arrive at Horsetooth Reservoir, just west of Fort Collins, and quickly set up camp. It is a gorgeous Colorado Day. The Lake is as smooth as a mirror and reflects the landscape. The drive was easy and uneventful….thank goodness. Knowing Interstate 25 has some serious construction work in progress near Santa Fe Drive (not far from downtown Denver), we opt to go around Denver by taking I-470. Although I hate paying tolls, in this case while pulling a Rig it made the drive less stressful and much more enjoyable. So I gladly pay the tolls. FYI… the system here does not work on a cash basis. You never have to slow down to pay. Your license plate is photographed at various check points, and you are mailed an invoice several weeks later.
Once settled in and all hooked up at Horsetooth Reservoir, daughter joins us for dinner and a campfire. This will be a busy, fun-filled weekend. Daughter graduates from Colorado State, it’s Mother’s Day weekend, and son’s birthday is in a couple of days. Son will fly in from Phoenix and other family members will fly in from Chicago to share in the festivities.
Tomorrow daughter set up a Brewery tour in Fort Collins.