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... Salt Lake and skiing, wow was I mistaken. We went through red rock mountains worthy of Sedona. Vista upon vista of beautiful views. Again I know our pictures, all taken by Mary from the car, won't do them justice.
Then we entered Colorado, which looked like Utah until we entered the ski resort areas. Now I know this is beautiful country in the winter but oh my, how gorgeous it also is in the summer.
That brings us back to Beaver Creek ...
... Pass. The Pass and Divide are 11,900 feet/3665 metres above sea level and are part of the Rockies.
The Continental Divide is a natural boundary line that divides the flow of water between the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. It runs from northwestern Canada along the crest of the Rocky Mountains to New Mexico.
We then drove through Keystone over the Swan Mountain to Breckenridge. Breckenridge is located in north ...
... that looked very bare and golden in color. It didn’t look natural. It didn’t seem to fit the landscape. It turned out to be a mining operation where they were mining something called molybdenum. Even after researching it, I still don’t understand what it is. But the operation was actually breaking down the entire mountain, all the way to the peak, and that is why it did not appear natural. Seems a shame to totally destroy ...
... the plan was to go to the copper mountain ski resort and have a kids afternoon! All kids activities. for breakfast we had upma and then got ready to leave.
Lunch was at a vegetarian place, green tomato and then entered the ski area. The kids got day passes and we were all set for a fun day at the resort.
first stop was bungee jumping and kids jumped ...
... up and followed the greens all the way back to the condo. This meant we had to traverse the mountain and I will say it felt like we skied 5 miles. At one point I was worried we were lost and I noticed the lifts were closed but John knew the way and we ended at the back entrance. My legs were calling Yo Nellie!
Karin, John, Lilly and Joy turned in their skies and signed up for snowmobiling tomorrow. That leaves Hope and I to ski. Hope's ...