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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 ...
... br> stand up and even smelt ozone. Both happen when static builds up on
Earth’s surface because a lightning strike is imminent. No sooner did we
turn around than it started pouring down heavily with a lot of
lightning and thunder. Once, lightning struck pretty close to where we
were. A bit scared ...
... ski in the morning with guide Rob. We went to south fork area and climbed up to Panorama and then down the Sky Chutes and back up the road to the car. It took about 2 hours and was a nice first ski at the ranch.
Lunch at 12:30pm was an Italian Panini with prosciutto, balsamic, olive oil, tomato and mozzarella which I didn’t like since the only ingredient I like was tomato. I had a salad, peanut butter cookie and chocolate revel bar, water and lemonade ...
... me into an all day and I‘m so glad she did. I met up with guide Jess at the Nordic Center at 9:45am and we drove up to Columbine. We parked at the trail head and started our ascent. We climbed through the trees for about and hour and a half. By that time we had made it to the top of the tele hill where we climbed up and broke for lunch. The view from there was wonderful--an expansive panorama which included views into Wyoming.
If you choose an all ...