Red Pine Condominiums by All Seasons Resort Lodging
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... a nap, so Mom, Steve and I broke out the Crossword game and hilarity ensued. Steve regaled us with Stories about cabin and his childhood. Koah really thought she needed to be at the table, so she climbed up onto the bench and sat nose to nose with Mom. She is such a ham! Little Nikki also needed to be with her people, and she took turns snuggling with each of us. The game calls for making words from the dice that are rolled, and you use the same dice and letters throughout ...
... fight, and then created a family of tiny snowmen. Lucy and Sam worked really hard to make an awesome huge snowman, complete with blueberry eyes, carrot nose, and a raspberry mouth. We shopped at Dolly's Books, which is a great bookstore, and has the added benefit of having a couple of resident cats that Sam got to play with. We grabbed a pizza lunch at the Red Banjo, and then caramel apple creations at The Rocky ...
... which was really kinda small. But the billboard said it was the largest and I bought it hook, line and sinker. So I stopped and bought some shiny stuff for my gats.
Also, we drove through a town called "Beaver." Heheh! I bought a hat that says, "I <3 beaver." What an awesome hat. I'll post up a picture.
Anyway, i'll post up more tomorrow. Tata for now!
Sat 23rd Feb
All up early on the slopes.Interesting day as you can see from the photos. Heavy snow but also extremely windy-45mph at bottom. Morning ski was fantastic in the new snow, but after lunch Holly was overcome with altitude sickness about 2.30pm and was completely disoriented, nauseous and unable to stand, let alone ...
... today. As a trail, of course – the Bonneville Shoreline Trail (BST)! Plans call for it to eventually stretch 280 miles from the Idaho border to Nephi, Utah; today about 100 miles are officially designated as part of the BST. It’s all a work in progress, of course, started by citizens who love to hike, and love the out of doors.
A route around a lakeshore may sound like a gentle path, but ...