Kutuk Condominiums at Steamboat Springs
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... mountains all around you. This is our picture of perfect. We get to the park and have to fill our water tank at the front gate. This site has only electric, no water or sewer. However, the scenery is worth it. So we detach the car and I head up to the site while Guenther fills the water tank. The site is very spacious with a nice raised pad for a tent or shade shelter; nice fire pit and a beautiful view of the mountains and some wide open spaces. As an added bonus for ...
... 8211; Sometimes getting things done right just takes a strong desire to make it happen.
15. Diligence - Consistency within your approach, through the ups and downs, is the path to progress.
16. Discipline - Continue to stay focused on your goals, even when others (friends, your own mind, etc.) try to prevent you from reaching them.
... I spent the remainder of the evening looking in the shops.
Thursday I had another lesson. We skied Rolex and worked on easy trees on Sunshine Peak. Today we stopped for lunch at Ragnar’s where I had the cheeseburger with mushrooms and onions with cheddar cheese. (You may be able to tell I like cheese).
It was really cold out and we had to come in and warm up quite a few times. It was supposedly in the teens but it felt much colder--maybe there was more moisture ...
... to you, so someone must hand-carry you to the nearest road that may be miles away. Because there are no garbage trucks, people have just given up and toss trash everywhere. The townships are filthy. 80% of the people in townships don't know who there father is. Unemployment is officially at 26%, but locals laugh at that number. It is actually somewhere in the 40-50% range. Only 6 million of 51 million ...
... mount and drop onto his ignition key instantly turning the engine off. Fortunately he was running in a straight line and didn't have his knee down around a mountain corner (don't want to think about the result if he had).
And then the K1300, here it is worthwhile remembering that this bike had been set up in prep-reparation for a 3,900kms (longer than the life of the average back tyre) ride through the mountains with a plug in the rear tyre ...