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We left early this morning as we made our way toward Steamboat Springs, which is a popular ski and spa resort. Our first stop was close to Granby, and was at a beautiful lake. Filled with ducks, geese, and other water birds, it was lovely setting. There is a car park, with telescopes, and picnic facilities on the outside of the fence surrounding the lake, which would be a perfect location for bird watchers and other interested people. Kudos to whoever pays for the upkeep of ...
... us with happy memories. Well, they were certainly memorable, but there was not a huge amount of joy involved. A thunderstorm began at 8:30am accompanied with torrential rain. To make matters worse, the dirt track we've been riding since yesterday over Middlewood Hill is undergoing major 'road' works. As the woman with the stop/go sign cheerfully told us at the top of the hill, 'in a couple of years it will all be paved'. Unfortunately, they seem to be at the stage of digging ...
had to put it up in a small open space tucked away up a slope where
there was a large enough clearance for tents to come up. The real fun
started after all this. There was hiking and hot air balloon fest to
look forward to after all.
The hiking was at a small falls called the ...
... 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 ...
... Tom for my snowmobile tour. They provide you with a helmet and also pants if you need pants. I wore ski pants. The ranch used to use an outfitter for their snowmobiling but now they run the tours themselves. Let’s just say snowmobiling is not my sport! It was a lot harder than I thought it would be. You have to lean into the turn to get the machine to go that way, otherwise you just keep going straight. I also found the throttle position (situated under your ...