Canyon Creek Condominiums
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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As my days dwindle down in Steamboat, I seem to become more grateful for everything around me; the changing leaves, the fresh snowfall on the fall colors, my family of friends, and even the strangers I encounter on the streets.
What makes us become more present and aware of our gratefulness when we are counting down the days of our ...
... compete. Competing as a unit and individually to meet goals is a building block for this country and our kids have it in their DNA. It’s just a matter of bringing it out in every player.” (Coach Andy Lyon, Head Baseball Coach DeLand High School – @Andy_LyonIV)
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... come around and ask you what you want to do for your activities the next day. Dinner tonight was a casual buffet with the staff. The meal consisted of a kale/quinoa salad, roasted vegetables, mushroom strudel, salmon and prime rib with horseradish sauce. Dessert was a chocolate pot de crème with gingersnaps crumbled on top.
Sunday I went to breakfast at 7:30am and got a cinnamon roll, bacon and ranch potatoes. Continental breakfast starts at 7:30am and then hot ...
... tight hair pin turns, steep climbs, and who needs guard rails! And after you get to the top, you are rewarded with a breathtaking view of the Rockies every Time.
Miles:340 (longest day so far)Roads: Rt 40 E / Route 34 N / Rt 7 So / Rt 72 S / Rt 119 S / I 70 E (unavoidable) / Rt 40 W
Towns: Steamboat / Granby / Estes / Central City / Granby / Steamboat
... and pine and white birch along the side of the road. And they had snow on them, and again I thought, this looks a lot like Maine.
We soon were on flatter ground. And on the right was a lush, green valley with trees and grass and a lone farmhouse with a red roof off in the distance. And to our left, was a huge mesa, not unlike those we saw in Arizona but with one difference. The plateau on the top was slanted upwards, with ...