Oxford Court at Beaver Creek
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... your own" shredded pork, green chilis, tomatoes, fried egg, with a pancake on the side). Then up the mountain to warm up on El Dorado, then on to Bonanza, and Red Rover. Went over to Peak 8 to check out the Four O'clock run (advised by Colton). We had a small glitch when we missed the turn off of Four O'clock run and continued on it until we arrived at a street! Had to take off our skis and hike a little bit, but then caught a bus that took us to the ...
... planned, researched, and mapped out every detail. This inevitably created a deeper curiosity that kept me engaged, present, and eager to pick up every relic of information available. It was this curiosity that jolted me out of bed in the morning and kept me present and cognizant of my surroundings throughout the day. The people, the landscapes, the political systems between South East Asia and New Zealand could not have been more different, creating ample opportunity for ...
On the way back to Greeley, we stopped in Breckinridge bright and early to have some coffee and breakfast sandwiches. Ate at a cozy place on Main Street, on a comfortable couch in front of a fireplace. Perfect way to end our little Colorado getaway. ...
After leaving Aspen, we headed to Alma for our AirBnB reservation. On the way, we stopped off in Vail to have dinner at a local favorite, George's. It had a relaxed bar feel in the basement of a Vail hotel, and we had Surf and Turf and drinks ...
... at times but well within my capabilities. My biggest problem was I kept wanting to stop and take pictures as the view was awesome.
We checked out the Birds of Prey course which the men will be using for the downhill on Friday.They were training so we were unable to get too close. The Birds of Prey course starts at the top of Beaver Creek Mountain and finishes 3/4 of the way down to the village -just under 3km of thigh burning, steep, twisting terrain with ...