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... I'm so pleased!
Back to the Sheraton where John took a nap while Sally did a great job with the laundry. How lucky I am to have a wife who takes such good care of me. After a two hour sleep, we went for dinner at Fiesta Jalisco. We ordered an app ( cheese and chorizo) Both of us went with the burrito's. Had to try a Margarita.
Back to the room for showers and bed by 10:00. I do seem to tire out about the 7th. day of a trip. Hope for my second ...
... room). Sally is thrilled that we have a washer/dryer in our room. Good- clean clothes. Dinner tonight will be downtown. Sally made phone calls while I am having a scotch. (Sally had her wine)
Drove the cute town of Steamboat Springs. The Yampa River runs right in town. It was quite high and rapid. No fishing for Sal. We found a local dive right on the river- Sunpies Bistro. Not your normal bistro but very ...
... feel the altitude when one does a bit of strenuous work, otherwise it is just old age. Everybody wears helmets except for the really cool locals who will wear black Stetsons.
Our accommodation has a swimming pool, and 4 hot tubs. Quite fun to sit outside in the hot tub with snow falling on your head!
Christmas was a lot of fun with all the children and grandchildren. We went to a church service on Christmas eve and the next morning it was Christmas presents. ...
... and See Me.
After skiing I once again sat in the hot tub for a bit before taking the Orange Line bus to Rex’s. I’d never been to Rex’s before so I tried a few things. I got the Pork Green Chili which came with a small cheese quesadilla. Then I got the cheddar mac with bacon and tomato and finally the Brownie Sundae for dessert. I enjoyed everything I ordered there and would return again.
... even on very mild slopes. You could be skiing along and then sink knee deep with one leg while leaving the other leg on top of the snow. In the South Fork area you could see that they definitely had less snow than normal for the time of year--bare ground under some pine trees which would usually have deep tree wells.
Lunch was back at the ranch and I had beef stew and a brownie sundae drizzled with caramel for dessert.
In the afternoon I chose to ride ...