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We started the morning exploring the east face of Steamboat to find the most spectacular views and some beautifully pitched runs. These new demo skis are the real deal. Love them, and decided not to switch them for our third and final day tomorrow. They make everything easy and quick to bail out of trouble in tough stuff. Breathing is much easier today so I seem to have acclimated to this thin air. That helps the skiing immensely. We had lunch in the sun while some ...
... weather and had booked a cabin there for the night. By the time we got there, the sun was out, so we had coffees and home made cookies and hosed down the bikes (and got an invite to a ranch in Queensland, Australia from Amy who was working there), but resisted the temptation of a night indoors despite the beautiful set up. After crossing into Colorado, we began a long climb up to Columbine. The thing about the easier route was that it still involved a ten mile climb of 1,800 feet, so ...
abruptly at that place. After all this we renamed the place as “get
struck by lightning” falls.
The rest of the trip was not as exciting. There was a hot-air balloon
rodeo, which was the reason we originally decided to go to this place.
The way they set up ...
After lunch I went riding in the indoor ring. Trainer Terry gave me a lesson on Oreo with wranglers John and Nicky. We worked on downward transitions: trot/walk, canter/trot and canter/halt. We rode about 1.5 hours. I used to ride English at home, had my own horse etc but now I only ride when I go to the ranch, but I always have to get on and ride at least once during my stay.
Dinner tonight was buffet style with the staff. Salad, prime rib with ...
... preoccupied with staying on the trail I couldn’t really look around at the scenery. It took a lot of muscling around to keep it going where I wanted to go. Anyway, we stayed out about 2.5 hours--frankly I was just glad to get back in one piece. I’m glad I tried it, but think I’ll stick with skiing and riding!
After that it was happy hour with the guides in the Nordic Center so I stayed for that and then went back to my room to get ready ...