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... know how! Oscar took a while to warm to it but by the end he was beaming and confidently skiing down 'Wrangler' slope. Astrid's skiing was a different style - fast then crash, fast then crash and she tried the next slope up, which was 'Sundance'.
We were a bit late for lunch at the café at the top and all that was available was spinach salad for the veggies amongst us. The kids didn't mind though - they had crisps and chocolate with their $15 lunch vouchers. ...
... onto the dumpling. I finally pull my food from the sloppy yellow clutches of the sauce bowl and into my mouth. Hmmm, this isn't so bad was my initial thought. It was a little spicy but nothing I can't handle. Bam! The hot flame hit me like a steam train, and it whistled it's way through my sinuses and out my nose and eyes. My eyes watered and no doubt my face was red. I tried to hold my composure but I know my face betrayed me. And like a train, it passed ...
... Klein shoes at less than $50. I passed in the opportunity to buy a neat pair of silver Stuart Weissman shoes for about the same price. They fitted well but I'm conscious of space in the suitcase. Popped over the road to a neighbour's party. How kind to invite a total stranger and the ladies were lovely and kept me entertained with stories of drug testing in the workplac
... downtown block that resembles the Denver of the 1880s with shops, galleries and restaurants. A number were closed due to the holiday.
From Denver it was only thirty miles to Boulder. After checking into the motel there was a brief storm which dropped temperature about 10 degrees and made late afternoon and evening perfect for us. Visited the original area of the University of Colorado campus. ...
... br> miles is a good long distance that will take a full day but is not as strenuous
nor quite as high altitude as actually climbing a mountain. And the beautiful
thing about a loop hike is that it’s all new territory through the day instead
of repeating what you already saw in one direction on the way back.
The turnoff for the hike is on the south side of Green
Mountain Reservoir about 15 miles north ...