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Had a mixed day at Loveland. Lindsay and I drove to Loveland early and got on the slopes by 10:30 or so. Kirk, Chris and Vienne didn't get there until noon.
- Weather was great
- Ski conditions were great
- Lindsay really elevated her confidence with skiing
- We skied all the blues runs
... made up for the temperature. The loop rail travels one mile as the crow flies and four miles by rail, but in that time it also goes up a couple of hundred feet. The rail follows the Clear creek and is flanked by aspens and pines, well worth the ride.
We went back to the hotel to try and get some circulation back before we braved the cold again with the drive to Denver via the Guanella pass. The pass is the scenic way back to Denver and rises to ...
... cars just pulled up in the middle of the road forcing us to stop. There in a clearing just off the road was a moose! He gave us just enough time to grab a few photos before he plodded off into the forest.
The lake was nothing spectacular but add snow and everything becomes amazing. We went walking to the edge of the lake, hid from the snow under trees and stayed until all our fingers and toes lost all feeling.
Back on the road we passed a couple of old mining ...
... could before heading closer to the finish line once the riders got close. I was also listening to Phil and Paul on the headphones as much as possible so as to drown out the finish line announcers, whose incessant volume-10 and over-the-top hyperbolic coverage was being broadcast all around the place via PA speakers.
When Jens Voigt attacked and took off ahead of the breakaway on Baseline Rd., a huge roar from the crowd erupted. That guy's an animal! Soon, though, ...
... came in the form of the lake at the top, as well as the small patch of ice we passed and a few wild flowers growing along the trail. Tucker thought about going swimming, but decided against it and settled just on drinking the lake water based on how cold it was.
On the descent down, the car looked so close but distance was deceiving and we still had about 45 minutes to go. The 2PM rain clouds meandered in, and ...