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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Block 23 – Bikes, Trains, and Apartments, Oh My!

Exiting a meeting at Daz Bog one morning in December, I looked up to see a whole herd of bicyclists heading my way. They were biking north on Mason, probably to check out the green way that’s been painted in for bicyclists as they cross the train tracks. The bikes turned east onto Cherry as … Continue reading »

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Celebrating Lincoln In Fort Collins

It’s Presidents Day! Another chance to explore the homage paid to American presidents in Fort Collins. I covered Washington’s presence last year, so this year it’s Lincoln’s turn. President Lincoln was well represented in Fort Collins’ city streets in the early days. North of Mountain Avenue was Lincoln Street, south of Mountain Avenue was Lincoln … Continue reading »

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