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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 ...
... spectacular than the last. One time, the guy who worked there operating the chairlifts was in hysterics (as were the rest of the people in our ski lesson) and was laughing so hard he couldn’t turn off the chair lift! That was actually the one time Justin was sitting with me, and as I fell I pulled him down too. Both of us flat on our faces in the snow, skis askew. The last time I fell, I got stuck under the chair kind of bent backwards and ...
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 ...
There are officially 54 fourteeners in Colorado, the mountain peaks above 14,000 feet that have long been a fad to climb, although some sources count a slightly higher number depending on whether sub-peaks with certain minimal elevation differences between them and the nearby higher peak are included. I have summited 29 of those 54, and Mount Massive is the only one I've tried to climb but have not successfully summited. Massive ...
While I was still in South America over the summer months my
brother Doug was in contact about a September visit to Colorado for some hiking
while he’s still more or less a free man, a last hiking hurrah in the Rockies
with his bro. He’s getting married in November. I left the lodging planning up
to him while I came up with some varied hiking possibilities ...