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... offered to take over my camera to prevent another selfie from happening. Then more of the same... Hot tub, poolside bistro, will sure miss this. Happy hour in The Cabin of the Steamboat Grand was calling. Patrick made me a margarita as per my instructions with my fave tequila for only $13, and we had an early dinner of happy hour tapas. We met some similar tequila loving locals and had some laughs with them over Canadian stereotypes. Apparently we find ketchup too ...
... campground. We need to wash hard! What do you know? The thunder and lightning have just started again, but we're in the tent, in our bags, brewing up a hot chocolate. Please don't need a wee! + Day 41. Tuesday 23rd September. Routt National Forest to Steamboat Springs. After we went to sleep, the storm decided to crank it up a few notches and we spent most of the night cowering awake in our bags waiting for the tent to be blown away, flooded or struck by lightening. It was raining ...
... 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 ...
... lunch of the trip.
After lunch I went with guide Stewy and 2 other guests for a ski at Trilby East. We saw a moose and had some fun downhills during our time out. If you want to see moose, go with Stewy--he is famous at the ranch for seeing moose all the time!
Dinner I had a salad with blue cheese and the mushroom risotto for main course. Dessert was crème brulee so I had molasses cookies from the jar and asked for some vanilla ice cream.
... where you don’t return to the ranch for lunch, they will pack a lunch for you. They give you cold cuts, bread and condiments to prepare your sandwich how you like it and you can also get fruit, chips, cookie and drink. We stopped for lunch for about 30 min and Jess had also brought hot chocolate.
After lunch we skied down the hill and I got to practice my tele turns. The snow was perfect--soft but not too deep and after one run down we went back up to do ...