Storm Meadows at Christie Base
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... cannot fully describe the sight seen through the eyes. We followed the aspens down a dirt road to the river. The Colorado River is narrow at this point, and flowing nicely. There are a number of cars parked at the bottom, near the river bank, and a BBQ is alight. In the water stand a number of fly fishermen, all going about the business of catching fish for lunch. After a brief chat with one of them and taking a few photos, we caught sight of an old mine entrance. We drove up to ...
... offered to take over my camera to prevent another selfie from happening. Then more of the same... Hot tub, poolside bistro, will sure miss this. Happy hour in The Cabin of the Steamboat Grand was calling. Patrick made me a margarita as per my instructions with my fave tequila for only $13, and we had an early dinner of happy hour tapas. We met some similar tequila loving locals and had some laughs with them over Canadian stereotypes. Apparently we find ketchup too ...
... and open arms. We are all very excited to be reunited and to continue with the plans of development in Zambo as well as Monkey Bay. The word spread very quickly that I was in town and I have been greeted by many people for days now. I have never felt so wanted, encouraged and welcomed!!!
... the flight to Hayden was starting to board . . .all the way at B79. After a 10 minute speed walk along the moving walkways I made it to the flight in time. It was a fairly close connection for checked luggage, so I fully expected my luggage not to arrive with me in Hayden. However, after deplaning and checking in for my shuttle to Steamboat with Go Alpine, the baggage started to come out and my bags were there!
My Go Alpine shuttle was delayed in departing since ...
... at the end of last season but my local shop had run out of my size so of course I had to get them.
Sunday I woke up at 6am so had a few hours to waste until my lesson at 9am. I went down at 8:45am to collect my skis (Salomon Lady was my ski of choice today) and meet my instructor. This was my 6th year skiing with him, so we met up and went right up the gondola. We started over on Sunshine Peak and then moved over to the mid mountain/gondola area. It ...