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... mountains all around you. This is our picture of perfect. We get to the park and have to fill our water tank at the front gate. This site has only electric, no water or sewer. However, the scenery is worth it. So we detach the car and I head up to the site while Guenther fills the water tank. The site is very spacious with a nice raised pad for a tent or shade shelter; nice fire pit and a beautiful view of the mountains and some wide open spaces. As an added bonus for ...
... 39;times new roman', verdana; font-size: 16.363636016845703px; font-style: italic; line-height: 22px; background-color: rgb(250, 250, 250);">Grace has arrived in Monkey Bay and is preparing for our arrival. Sounds as though we are going to receive quite the welcome. How exciting! Here are some excerpts from here email this morning:
... remains constant is that it’s always a fun experience, despite what Mother Nature has in store. The weeks leading up to my trip this year were up and down snow wise; December shaped up well, but then it shut off for a few weeks in January. Four days before my trip however, Steamboat reported 2 feet in 24hrs, so that was encouraging to see.
This year United dropped their evening flight from Boston to Denver for several months (it starts up again in mid ...
... chips or salad (fries for me). The burger was very good-you could tell it was a hand formed patty as it was not uniform in shape and was a little big for the bun. The fries were great and were the narrow, skinny type.I then walked around town and looked in the shops with a stop in Johnny B Goods for a mocha shake for dessert. I always enjoy a stop in FM Light and the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. In Steamboat Ski and Bike Kare I found a pair of ski pants I’d ...
... we put the horses away it was 11:30am so I had an hour to kill before lunch.
For lunch I had the Black Bean Soup, an open faced pork sandwich and some delicious brownies for dessert. Ranch lunches are usually a choice of 3 hot entrees, salad bar, 2 soups and make your own sandwich.
After lunch I went on a backcountry ski with guide Teresa. We just went around the ranch area and saw an elk. We criss crossed Hinman Creek a couple times and had some fun downhills through the ...