The Ranch at Steamboat
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... mindfulness and being more present, I can enjoy any second of time for what it is giving, but it takes practice.
Being on the road and calling it my Home for the next few months will allow me to practice being in the present because everyday is a new day and place, and new people to interact with; the moment is what you make of it. Live ...
... I could see where the banks of the Yampa had been eroded by high waters. It is surprising to me that Colorado has the same monsoon season as Arizona. Usually the rains start right after July 4 and go through August. Sometimes they can last longer.
The clerk at the campground mentioned that there was a bear visiting the campground. One evening a very strong odor waifed into the RV. I guess I should have looked outside, but did not. The ...
... or gondola ride to the top of the mountains where skiers purposely direct themselves down a very steep mountain side and call it entertainment. The sights from the mountain tops were spectacular. I want to come back in the winter time to just watch people. That would preclude a life threatening event of trying to ski down the mountain. Not happening, but good food and drink and people watching would be fun.
Today at Steamboat we ...
... and you will find lots of guests make their VVR trip their sole vacation each year. I’m lucky enough to take 5 or 6 vacations each year, but it speaks to the quality of vacation you get when you visit VVR, that people are willing to keep returning year after year for their only vacation. It’s hard to beat sitting in the Great Room of the lodge gazing out at the snow covered mountain views eating a delicious fresh baked cookie and contemplating which activities you ...
... find space on a run and the resort groomed more runs than usual allowing for crowds to disperse more quickly. The resort also opened "First Tracks" during the holidays (normally a privilege you need to pay for) to anybody with a pass. This lessened the Gondola wait time considerably.
Here are a few hints for avoiding crowds:
- Get Going Early: Normal Gondola start time is at 8:30am, be there when it opens, ...