Antlers at Christie Base
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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 ...
... otherwise. ;)
We got settled in, putzed around town until our room was ready, got our demo ski rentals lined up, went to happy hour and heard from the locals all about the *best* powder ever that awaits us tomorrow.
3154 Kms, and more impressively, I remembered to photograph that stat when we ...
... room. Having experienced both, I choose a lodge room each year. The cabins are quite sizable and have tons of room to spread out--even the smallest one seems huge to me. The lodge rooms are perfect for one person or a couple who doesn’t want quite as much space. Happy half hour starts at 6pm and they serve beer and wine and a nightly snack. Today it was a lobster claw, so I instead got a chocolate chip cookie out of the cookie jar. During the happy half hour, a staff ...
... you remember. Pulled into the hotel at 7:00 pm and we were both on an emotional high after an incredible day of riding.
The big difference between the Canadian Rockies and the US Rockies is that there are more roads through the US Rockies and the US roads go right up and over the mountains. No just meandering along buccolic mountain valleys. Roads in the US attach ...
... 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 ...