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... mountains all around you. This is our picture of perfect. We get to the park and have to fill our water tank at the front gate. This site has only electric, no water or sewer. However, the scenery is worth it. So we detach the car and I head up to the site while Guenther fills the water tank. The site is very spacious with a nice raised pad for a tent or shade shelter; nice fire pit and a beautiful view of the mountains and some wide open spaces. As an added bonus for ...
... was through oil and coal fields. Many trains and they were extremely long and full of coal. Drove in the mountains at elevations of over 9,000 ft. Would you believe that snow was still on the ground at the higher elevations. Sally would not let me play in the white (somewhat dirty) stuff.
We arrived in Steamboat Springs at 5:30. Checked in to a Sheraton Hotel. Lovely room with a balcony (now sitting ...
We also saw peewee barrel riding (small children riding horses around barrels). The rodeo also featured kids running around, trying to grab a ribbon off of a calf (for the older kids 6-12) or a ram (for the kids under 6). Cole chose to sit out and simply watch. Maybe next time we go to a rodeo he'll partake in the fun.
There are two videos: Cole riding the mechanical bull and Prepping to Ride. As you ...
... he's so romantic!]
Breakfast again at the Paramount - French toast was good but the Chicken and Dumplings (again) were better. Skied a few runs, then took a break at the condo. Skied a few more, then went up to the Rendevous to harass Chance while he worked; he is a grill cook. Skied a few more, then took another break at the condo, then went back up to the Rendevous to meet Chance after he got off of work. ...
Wednesday was a POWDER (Pow Pow) day in a big way. First photo is out the window first thing in the morning. No other photos for the day as you could bearly see 5 metres in front of you. With the driving snow it was a job to focus on where you going, at least if you messed up it didn't hurt, it was so light and fluffy.
There is an Australian couple, Mike and Sarah from Indooroopilly, staying in the hotel and we spent the day out in the ...