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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 ...
... this alternate. After about four hours of solid rain, it stopped, and we stopped for lunch. We obviously looked pretty pitiful on the side of the road in our full waterproofs and gloves and hats as a guy called Eamonn checked to see if we were OK. He ran the ranch down the road called Ladder Livestock and said we could stop in for coffee. He also told us that the three South African lads who we had met at the A&M Reservoir a few mornings ago had decided to call it a day because ...
... in the pouring rain to get into a decent tree
covered place just to avoid the lightning, the rain was too heavy to
get shelter under a tree anyway. One really cool thing which happened
was, at one point a couple of us were getting drenched others were at a
dry place barely a meter away. The curtain of ...
... ski in the morning with guide Rob. We went to south fork area and climbed up to Panorama and then down the Sky Chutes and back up the road to the car. It took about 2 hours and was a nice first ski at the ranch.
Lunch at 12:30pm was an Italian Panini with prosciutto, balsamic, olive oil, tomato and mozzarella which I didn’t like since the only ingredient I like was tomato. I had a salad, peanut butter cookie and chocolate revel bar, water and lemonade ...
... nervous and released my fingers off the handlebars--forgetting the throttle is under your thumb and not your fingers which is why I crashed through the bush. At least it wasn’t a tree. Anyway, after the guide drove my snowmobile out from the predicament I got it into, we continued on, but by then I was terrified it was going to happen again, so I would/could only go about 9 miles/hour. We stopped twice along the route but it was hard for me to enjoy it because I ...