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It was such magical time this Thanksgiving. From romping in the hot tub in the 15 degree snowing weather to sledding and snowboarding to walking down Main Street which reminds the kids of their grandparents little Christmas houses- this was a trip I will always remember. It started as a "what if we did this"moment as we tried to plan ...
... tickets to Cirque Du Soleil in Vegas.
We finally showered and went back to the Village for dinner. Stopped at a Japanese restaurant and had some sashimi, sushi rolls and miso. Saw the other people from our lesson that morning, and they had bailed out after the lesson too! Back to the room to pack our bags and write some more of the travel blog. We had a brilliant time, but we’re ready to leave the cold and high altitudes. Bring on ...
... as well as skiing with numerous trails going off up side valleys
towards the north and east of town. We decided on the hike to Booth Falls, one
I had done on a cloudy day a few years ago with my friend David. The
temperature and sunshine were perfect for a hike, the aspens were turning
golden, Doug and Bobby had a lot of catching up to do on the trail, and Bobby’s
dog Scooby added to the fun. Now that I’ve ...
... the nearest one to Denver I haven’t summited, so for those reasons the peak’s been high on my list to "bag".
Mount Massive is located in the Sawatch Range just west of Leadville and thoroughly dominates the view in that direction, a gigantic whaleback with numerous sub-peaks that gives it a very different appearance from other peaks in the area, including the slightly taller Mount Elbert (highest in the ...
... a nice one and doable in several hours in the afternoon. Mother Nature
had different plans, though. The mountains had their first light snowfall the
night before. We several miles along the Spruce Creek trail south of
Breckenridge but found the trail to be far too icy to continue once we started
on steeper slopes in shady areas. It was good a walk of several miles to stretch