Snowdance Condominiums at Keystone
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... were going to continue our rv trip. An hour later we had it all worked out but we just had to buy all our gear and beat the impending snow storm, which we didn't. Barely made it. But did we have fun watching three feet of snow fall in three days. Simply amazing to our southern eyes. Today we trek on. Next stop a park outside of Gunnison, ...
... aware of my own optimism.
Icecave picked me up from town on the Sunday evening. He had shaved his beard and I didn't even recognize him until he waved over at me. It was great to see him again. We packed a few days worth of food then headed out to the hotsprings which looked as if they had been over-run by hippies at some stage. There were dream-catchers, candles and incense comes all over the place. I loved it. The springs ran into a big river which carved through a steep ...
Today we say our farewells to Washington DC. It's been great! We've learnt so much about the country's history, culture and its people this last week. Can totally understand why everyone here is so patriotic towards the president, home towns, state, sporting teams and so on... We had a late afternoon flight so thought it'd be cool to check out Georgetown with the remaining time left (everything else had been ticked off our sight-seeing to do list). Georgetown is ...
Doug booked us for two nights at the Hotel Sebastian in
Vail, a swank place in the heart of Vail’s pedestrian zone that must be
astronomically expensive in ski season but he managed for around $100/night in
very off-season September. Valet parking was $20, which Doug thought nothing of
paying the first night – “Dude, take good care of it. Make sure there are no
scratches when you bring it ...
... or four
days. In the past we’ve climbed several fourteeners together, but we’re both
getting to an age where a single fourteener climb is hard enough let alone
trying to do two or three back-to-back over several days.
Doug arrived in Denver mid-morning and had arranged a room
for the night in Breckenridge. I thought the several hour hike to Mohawk Lakes