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... of 18 homes that are rented out, again, much like a luxury yacht charter.
Most memorable was Dean’s comment that Paula was his best employee ever. Back in the day, Paula was a trained chef, but also a “yacht-trained” stewardess. With this cleaning skill and attention to detail, Paula worked for Dean cleaning luxury homes and skiing as much as her free time would allow.
We only had a short drive to meet with ...
... be permanent.
After a good breakfast at our Glamping tent, we headed northeast four hours to Vail, Colorado. Heather had said we were staying at a nice hotel, but she could not fully prepare us for the extreme culture shock of going from RV parks and desert camping to a five star luxury hotel. When we drove up to The Arrabelle amongst Mercedes and Lexus SUV's in our rickety rental RV, I had to turn around the RV on a ...
An excerpt from:
"Hózhóogo Naasháa Doo"
“In Beauty May I Walk”- Navajo Prayer
With beauty before me may I walk
With beauty behind me may I walk
With beauty above me may I walk
With beauty all around me,
may I walk.
I love the perfect simplicity of this poem. I just spent a week traversing Navaho Reservation territories in Utah and Arizona and I have seen firsthand ...
The kids were hiking powerhouses today! First a hike to the Dillion Reservoir with Mike & Donna. We never saw that view of the reservoir. We will return as it's a great hike for kids! We rested a bit and then drove to Catarac Lake and attempted to hike to the waterfall there. Unfortunately the weather forced us to ...
The predictions were right... Freezing, snowing, windy.
We thought it would be a great day to just hang around, sleep in a bit, explore the resort a bit, etc.
Zac, however, was really keen to ski, so we decided to hit the slopes for a while and see how it goes.
It was about -15 degrees C when we started, but we were rugged up pretty well, and the wind didn't seem too bad at the base of Peak 9. The A-chair was open for the first time, and ...