The Rockies Condominiums
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... tells us he can get us a new tank and can install it next week. We tell him we are only here for a couple of days, but will be back on Monday. These guys spend a couple of hours with us, chatting having a coffee. It was quite pleasant to see some friendliness in this part of the country. People here have been quite xenophobic, so it was nice to see a couple of people who could make you feel welcome. This was enough stress for one day so we have some dinner and get to bed. ...
... to make your head bleed! When morning came, we were afraid to open the door of the tent for fear of realising that we were sitting in a lake of water, but what really pricked our ears up and got our hearts pounding was the sound of a falling tree crashing to the ground. All through Wyoming there had been warnings about this, but we thought the wind and lightning got turned off once you crossed the border into Colorado. Obviously not. Putting our soaking wet cycling kit on - ...
... a natural wildfire. It seems that it started down near Colorado Springs the day after we left... (promise, it wasn't us), and it had been following us ever since, now reaching Estes Park. We saw on the news the other day that these are some of the worst fires that the state of Colorado has seen. I guess we were lucky that we were always a day ahead of them.
We eventually got our coffees and ...
... Sheraton and then had to go to the pass office to pick up my 50th anniversary pass (3 days of skiing for $159) and got skiing by 10:30am. I wacked my shin on Saturday tubing at the ranch and I had a big bruise where my boot hit my shin. It hurt like anything to ski. The mountain got like 10 inches of snow and conditions were gorgeous though. I took a break and had a cup of chili at Bear River Grill. There were lots of people on the mountain between mardi gras, winter ...
... a campfire since I’d never done that before on one of my skis and had some Bailey’s by the fire.
By the time we ended it was about 3:30 I think so we got back in the car and drove back to the ranch in time before the 4:30pm deadline.
After my ski I took the opportunity to walk around and take some photos around the ranch before dinner.
Dinner tonight was a salad for me and the beef tenderloin with white truffle butter for ...