The home town show has come and gone, and the party at the beer factory was a major success. I think I saw one million smiling faces (and I'm pretty good with numbers and counting and such). The parade couldn't have been more fun either, there was wierd bikes, great costumes, and a fun strech of road where the come-ers got to high five the go-ers in a direct pass up Mountain st. (I think it was Mountain, I'm from out of town, I not really sure).
Then the party started and the it was awesome. The fine folks from Re-source had a bunch of games set up, and there was three stages (the third acoustic stage was a real treat, a big soothing and acoustic slap on the back for everyone who performed there). And the bike pit, man the bike pit, that was something special. We had great riders and bad, we had stunning performances of strength and skill, and we and horrible performances of clumsiness and carnage, we had fun (and I mean Fun, you know, with a capitol F).
March Fourth (get it Fourth (as in the date) not forth (as in moving forward), its a play on words. One time I knew this marching band that liked to test the phonetical and definitive limits of words/word, and I loved that about them) blew up. Those folks get people to shake it, and man did people shake it in Fort Collins. Out of the one million smiles I saw, I bet 450,000 of them were during that set (dancing and smiling go hand in hand you know).
Anywho, what fun. I am glad I was apart of it, and Fort Collins, I am really glad you were apart of it.
See you next year,
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