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... I'm so pleased!
Back to the Sheraton where John took a nap while Sally did a great job with the laundry. How lucky I am to have a wife who takes such good care of me. After a two hour sleep, we went for dinner at Fiesta Jalisco. We ordered an app ( cheese and chorizo) Both of us went with the burrito's. Had to try a Margarita.
Back to the room for showers and bed by 10:00. I do seem to tire out about the 7th. day of a trip. Hope for my second ...
... room). Sally is thrilled that we have a washer/dryer in our room. Good- clean clothes. Dinner tonight will be downtown. Sally made phone calls while I am having a scotch. (Sally had her wine)
Drove the cute town of Steamboat Springs. The Yampa River runs right in town. It was quite high and rapid. No fishing for Sal. We found a local dive right on the river- Sunpies Bistro. Not your normal bistro but very ...
... HOT. We switched back and forth between the VERY HOT pool and the not so hot pool until our bodies adjusted and the night set in, and we realised that there were absolutely no lights around the pools at all. Cue much stubbing of toes and banging of knees and the sudden urge to get naked – because, in the dark, nobody would be any the wiser. We resisted the urge and headed back to camp, ...
... not much sun. Kelly bought some new gloves too. Back to the condo to drop stuff off, drink water, and then off to ski again. Went up on the gondola with 2 fathers and young sons - the boys said they liked blues and blacks. Had a great time skiing - conditions were great.
Chance contacted us, so we met him at Thunderhead Lodge up on the mountain. It was wonderful to see him! He looks great and skis better than when we last saw ...
... this is the outcome of snow all day and night.
Photo 9 is looking out to a sunset from the Gondala. Photo 10 is looking back up the mountain at the end of the day, more snow expected.
Sunday = worst day (beyond bad). No photos, not even worth the effort. Up early and out for first lift at 8.30am. Low cloud cover and snow flakes the shape of icicles, long and thin, not so bad on the first couple of runs as I track up the ...