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Travel Blogs from Glenwood Springs
... day was when her skies got crossed. Worst part of the fall was she bruised her bruise... She now has what I call a bruised banana leg! :).
We had so much fun together enjoying the scenery and being in each other's company. Hope and I make it a point to tell each other "I love you" everyday. Now it is a game to see who can say it first. "Hope, did I tell you today? I love you." It is the greatest commandment.
Stopping for ...
... him I am penniless and asked if I could sit there and wait. He was SO nice. Offered me a hot chocolate on the house and water.
After a nice rest, I caught up with the family and we headed up the Gondola to the ski school slopes. Hope loves to ski and it comes natural to her but Joy is a fish out of water. Joy and I spent much of the afternoon eating chips in a warming hut and thinking about how she was going to get down the hill. Eventually ...
... style dinner. For the kids nothing trumped playing in the snow and building snowmen. What is the phrase "The best things in life are free." When it comes to the girls and snow that is true. They eat it, roll in it, climb in it. Fall in it, throw it etc... Such fun for three Florida girls!
thanks for all the Valentine's Greetings. Hope your day was special too.
... was more than knee deep. We sure lucked out!
John sent roses to all of us and had Karin's favorite wine delivered from Nappa. He is so thoughtful.
I didn't get to post last night.
Valentines Day today. The kids are off to Ski School. Hope wants to snowboard and Joy and Lilly will try their hand at skiing. Should be a fun day.
Later that afternoon we drove out to Uncle Timmy’s house with Fiona hanging out the window the whole way taking hundreds of photos of the grand mountains surrounding the drive. As we settled down with a couple of beers on Timmy’s balcony we were greeted with a monsoonal storm that produced two spectacular rainbows over the nearby mountains. For dinner Timmy cooked up ...