Tahoma Meadows B&B Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- 6:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. Early in the morning grandma woke me up to tell me that today instead of cleaning cabins for her, she volunteered me to help clean up the parade. cleaning up was a lot more fun then cleaning cabins. there was a lot of people who volunteered and I met a ...
... a snow ball fight. The snow was hard but it was still fun. I didn't get to make a snowman so will have to do that in New York if I get the chance. We got a few photos then headed back on our snowmobile for the ride back. It was so fun and once again- a highlight of my trip! When we got back into town- Brady, Tara, Paul and I went to 'Fire and Ice' a Mongolian BBQ restaurant. It was recommended to us by our ...
... at this gas station AP says that he wants me to look at something. He had just been squeezing his arm again and something was showing out. Some 'solidified puss' he reckoned. So he showed me. Hmm definitely looks more like a little tail... When he squeezed it the white tail like thing would poke out his arm, but as he let go it retracted back into his arm again. He needed help. So while he squeezed it I tried to grab the white thing with a tissue and gave it a little ...
Everything is hard above 6500 ft.! Eating is hard, couldn't stomach oatmeal today. Sleeping is hard, I had a wonderful studio condo at Kirkwood (7800 ft.) last night and I still couldn't get a decent nights sleep. Most of all peddling a bike up multiple mountain passes is ***********'t mean to be a complainer, after all my wonderful wife and children let their "Pops" check out for 3-4 weeks to pedal his bike around ...
Most of my time on the mountain depends on how Yang is feeling. Today, Yang felt confident and we were able to do 3 solid hours of riding. We didn't even stop to take some photos as most of the poses we could do, have been done. The pace was so much faster and I was able to let it really rip down some of the cruisey-blues with Yang not too far behind. I gave her a little tip of getting lower as her speed picks up so her centre of gravity is lower and squatting lower gives ...