The Phoenix at Steamboat
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... not to be hunted today- fingers crossed. We continued our journey toward Steamboat Springs, stopping several times to take photos of the beautiful sights along the way.. Before arriving, we had to drive through Rabbit Ears Pass, which is a winding road, but above the pass you can see two rock formations that resemble rabbit ears, hence the name. Unfortunately I could not stop to take any photos of them. On arrival, I noticed that all the road speed signs were in both imperial ...
SCRUM..... As I front rower I have to train my neck just to be able to perform better
along with shrugs should help do the trick. To give you the muscle needed to protect from neck injuries and lessen concussions..
A STRONG NECK IS PROVEN TO HELP LESSEN CONCUSSIONS
Steamboat is 2100 metres above sea level. The top of the mountain where the ski lift ends is 3100 m, which, obviously is 3 km high ! The first few days we suffered with slight headaches, but now it is better. It is very cold, especially for us to come from a tropical country! Yesterday was sunny but it was still -13°.Absolutely beautiful snow, picture postcard. A lot of beautiful people around, they all look like celebrities. Lots of money !
Muriel did not want to ski, she ...
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After skiing I once again sat in the hot tub for a bit before taking the Orange Line bus to Rex’s. I’d never been to Rex’s before so I tried a few things. I got the Pork Green Chili which came with a small cheese quesadilla. Then I got the cheddar mac with bacon and tomato and finally the Brownie Sundae for dessert. I enjoyed everything I ordered there and would return again.
... all hard and crunchy. Finally it softened up over on Sunshine Peak and Morningside so we stayed there for the morning. Worked on trees and bumps.
Today lunch was at Ragnar’s where I had the burger with sautéed onions and mushrooms and had a chocolate mousse cake for dessert.
In the afternoon we skied Jump Start and Flying Z, Sideburn and Sunset. We skied to the edge of Chute 1 and looked over the edge so I could see what it was like. Maybe in a ...