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... last run I caved in and said "Lead the way". That sucker took us 37 minutes of non stop skiing from the top of the mountain. It was Yo Nellie time again. My knees hurt so bad by the time we reached the bottom and Hope just wanted to keep going. Fortunately Karin rescued me with a text inviting us to meet the family at Blue Moose Pizza in the village.
After dinner the girls wanted to ice skate. As we went outside beautiful snow ...
... I came here to ski" so weather permitting that is what we will do.
There are a lot of people here from Tampa. Cool sitting outside and recognizing someone from home. It is a small world!
Our timing driving here from Denver was a blessing. Not only did the roads get bad Thursday night but again Friday. Lots of folks didn't get in until after midnight both days because of the weather and hazardous road conditions. Sometimes we don't even ...
... Karin is a fearless skier and said she had not skied the right side of the mountain before so off we went. We flew down the mountain non-stop for over two hours. If the lift lines were long, we hopped in the singles line so we didn't have to wait. At one point we were on top of the mountain and the wind started blowing up the side of slope so hard we couldn't make ...
... We had a perfect flight to Denver where we picked up a Ford truck with an extended cab. It is nice and roomy and the bed provided plenty of room for the 7 pieces of luggage the 6 of us brought. Denver was warmer than the weather we left in Tampa but it quickly cooled off 30 degrees as we traveled west to Beaver Creek. This area has had lots of snow this year. The girls were ...
... cater to the strangest tastes are as common as Toyota in
I never heard the "organic contemporary style"
till I opened the Aspen Home Design magazine. The style, according to
the magazine, should include classic, clean, and simple sinuous lines.
It incorporates pieces crafted from reclaimed wood and recycled
materials. Furthermore, ...
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