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... around with childish excitement, Tuukka included.
This included a visit to the little gift shop, look out terrace and a glance at the weather station.
The return trip down was a little anti-climactic as we were somewhat prepared for the road conditions, and welcomed the climate change from low 30's back to the warm 80s!
If you get the chance, get up there and visit the summit. It'll be an experience I won't forget and am pretty sure you won't either
It was such a pleasure spending time with all of my new friends that I met during an awesome program. It was a great experience getting to know each one individually and be able to share a little of our lives with one another.
However, I do want to dedicate this final post to the eldest member of our crew, Kelly of Claryville, N.Y. Kelly has to be the coolest 90-year-old woman I have ever met.
It's freezing here in Maine. It's in the 30's here ...
... the experienced skier. The best part about the end of the day...is that it isn't even close to the end of the day. Instead of having to drive back home like many of the other poor souls on the mountain, we get to enjoy relaxing at the Inn in whatever way we see fit.
Tomorrow is another day. If the forecast is correct, we should be skiing on six inches of fresh power by 9:00 a.m. But for ...
... quality time together doing something we both love and enjoy, we get to do it with a great group of individuals who also share our passion.
Now, it doesn't stop with skiing on the mountain. Just today, we have gone skiing for about four hours, hit the weights in the gym, enjoyed the outdoor pool, and took a breather in the sauna (all of which are on the grounds of the Bethel Inn).
More to come tomorrow, but for ...
... us with prescriptions for both our conditions. Finally, after this very stressful morning, we were able to visit the Toltec site that was the only reason this city was on our itinerary in the first place. At its height, around 1000 AD, it had a population of around 60,000, with and additional 20-25 thousand in the "suburbs." This would have made it one of the largest cities in the world at that time. They have not done a lot of excavation here, but they have resurrected ...