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... at the top of the hill, which is the ranger's office. Whilst Pat went inside to chat to the park ranger, I walked over to an old building, which I guessed belonged to the mine. At the front of the building were a few implements of a mine long closed and now rusty. I walked around, taking photos of the beautiful but narrow winding river, whilst waiting for Pat to return from the ranger's office. We were soon on the road again, and as we came around the bend, Pat gave out a ...
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48. Trust - Confidence stems from trust - trust in your preparation, trust in your approach, trust in your teammates.
49. Versatility - Pigeonholing yourself in only one role limits your prospects of playing and ultimately reaching success. Make yourself a commodity by being versatile.
... even on Saturdays. I’m just learning moguls and I feel like I make better progress skiing soft western ones than hard, icy eastern ones while I’m still in the learning phase.
Remember earlier in the trip report I mentioned how the ranch now requires check in/out on specific days of the week and how I wasn’t sure about that? Well, I guess in some ways I kind of liked it. It meant not having to introduce yourself to new people every single night, so to ...
... on our must see list and we were excited when we learned it was coming to Denver. And it did not disappoint!! It was wonderful. The puppets started out as just that - puppets. But by about intermission, they had become real. They had such emotion, such personality... in our minds they were real horses and we loved them. The show was heartwarming, intriguing and very well done. Would love to see it again!
... Mya 6. I ended up preferring the Heads to the Rossignols after a few runs. I then took a run down Heavenly Daze and down to Vogue and to the base to have lunch at Bear River Grill. I wanted something quick so I went with a bowl of the French Onion Soup.
By this time it had warmed up quite a bit and I needed to remove some layers so I went back to my room and also went to check on my luggage. I was a little concerned because they said they would call me ...