Meadow Ridge Resort
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... The mountains were blanketed in haze but we could still see them looming grey and blue. They are always so much bigger than I expect! Gentle giants. We also saw about twenty prairie dogs poking out of their burrows. Got to Dilliz's, said hi to the birds, went to the grocery store, and settled in for dinner and The West ...
... Anyway, after arriving, it took ages to kit the kids out with skis, helmets and particularly boots. Oscar's number one priority in clothing is always comfort so boots took a while as none of them are comfortable. Astrid's comments were not always helpful either!
Finally, skiing started at 12 ish with some lessons from Olav about snow-ploughing and steering. He has improved since he tried to teach me - back then, his technique was to yell 'Turn!' even though I ...
... like it's a party. I see 5 guys. I find the restaurant and start looking for a park. I find a parking garage and park in there. I walk to the restaurant. I'm not 100% on what this guy looks like, so I walk into the restaurant and ask the hostess to see Derek. She looks and me puzzled. "Derek?" I ask again. She still looks like I'm speaking Russian. A guy come up to me a says "Dexter" and shakes my hand. Of course, it was Dexter. I had no idea where Derek ...
So I have just spent an interesting 5 days in Colorado with 2 hosts, one in the lovely town of Boulder and the second in the heart of Denver. I really enjoyed the area and it has a great mix of interesting things to do both inside and outside the city.
I arrived into Denver airport still really tired from Vegas and made my way to Boulder. There I met my host who took me to his lovely home in his excessively large pick up truck where I ...
... with two day hikes in Grand County and Rocky Mountain National Park and then attend the opening Tattoo and first day of the Highlands Festival.
Grand County is north of I-70 and across 11,300 foot Berthoud Pass from Denver on U.S. 40, a road that has approaches to the top from both sides that have always struck me as particularly treacherous in snow compared to the interstate or even Loveland Pass. I thought I’d make a quick stop at the Empire Mine a short ...