West Beaver Creek Lodge
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... get some nice heavy squats. They have a pretty good range of equipment and a pool we can use too so I'm sure that will be nice in the winter. We were pretty exhausted after and just made a trip to Walmart for a few more things then relaxed.
Overall it's been a pretty quiet week but it's been nice to just take it slow as it's been pretty crazy up to this and we know it's gonna get pretty crazy in a months time!!
... then continued to walk around and find where lots of paths lead to. Eventually we had to walk on the highway hard shoulder again until we got to our place....at least now we know for sure that both directions have no footpath for us to access the town...we really wanted to avoid having to drive but not sure walking on the hard shoulder when its snowy and dark is going to be the best idea either!
The trail we walked on can get you all the way from Vail to Gypsum so it goes a ...
... Once we got home Darren spent a few hours sketching some cool pictures and I cooked dinner with the smallest piece of counter space ever!! It's going to be interesting preparing meals but I'm sure it'll be fun!!
Another evening of Criminal Minds...we think this will be how most of our nights are spent!!
We also found out that they have vacuums that we can borrow so that's another thing we can save money on!! YAY!
Love from the shoebox!!
... 20th century and we share a birth day.
Hehas inspired me to take on photography and specially black and white photography. I discover some of his pictures in a bookshop in Berkeley 40 years ago and I was totally taken by his interpretation of landscapes.
He has been instrumental in the promotion of the beauty of the american landscapes and his work on the National parks has been invaluable on helping ...
... Salt Lake and skiing, wow was I mistaken. We went through red rock mountains worthy of Sedona. Vista upon vista of beautiful views. Again I know our pictures, all taken by Mary from the car, won't do them justice.
Then we entered Colorado, which looked like Utah until we entered the ski resort areas. Now I know this is beautiful country in the winter but oh my, how gorgeous it also is in the summer.
That brings us back to Beaver Creek ...