Storm Meadows at Christie Base
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Drove to Steamboat Springs, nice drove, had some rain, arrived at KOA it was off the freeway, about 2 miles from downtown, the site #71 was gravel dirt, setup and then went to downtown and surrounding area checked the trails and walked the dogs about a mile or so, in light rain, , The next morning we had about 2-3 inches of snow on the ground,, we took dogs for a walk in morning downtown, then we ...
... as there was a large truck to shelter from the wind behind. Here, we had the sandwiches that Nadine had prepared: turkey, bacon (cooked that morning), and cherry and Cabernet preserve. They were incredible. Matt awarded them ten out of ten and sent them straight to the Final Banquet. And we have enough for the next two days which is something to look forward to. Tomorrow, we cross into Colarado and leave Windy Wyoming. Wyoming has very much been a state of two halves for us: the ...
... Steamboat was pretty much like the next tourist town in
Colorado. All of them have a downtown, one big market place, one central
park and cable car, which goes to a peak, from where people ski down
and oh, all of them have breathtaking scenery.
We couldn’t find a spot to put up our tents in allotted ...
... a red traditional one and a green tomatillo. Fried ice cream for dessert was delicious, served with caramel, chocolate and raspberry sauce and covered in slivered almonds.
Wednesday I had another all day lesson. I tried the new boots and they were a disaster---altered my stance for the worse. They are a 3 buckle boot and in order to get my heel back enough in the heel pocket to be comfortable skiing, I had to tighten the middle buckle too much and my foot and ...
... tonight was a buffet with the staff. I had salad, beer braised beef brisket and bbq chicken. There were also corn muffins. Dessert was fig/pumpkin bread pudding, so I passed and instead had a peanut butter cookie out of the always available cookie jar.
Tonight’s entertainment was the indoor campfire where several of the staff members play guitar and various other instruments and sing songs. It’s amazing to me how many instruments they can ...