The Phoenix at Steamboat
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... the smell of pine and the sound of wind whispering in the trees just rounds out the experience. (Jealous yet, all of you who are stuck in Southern Ontario smog?)
Ah, here comes Guenther, let's get set up. We position the motorhome, plug in the hydro and I start to take out the tip outs. Something seems a miss. The tip out does not seem to go out straight, one side before the other. Then the loud: "STOP" from outside. I pull the tip out back in and Guenther discovers ...
... also recover from the physical and mental battering of the last few days. The highlight of the day today was probably randomly meeting some puppies in the middle of the road on the climb. Hopefully you can see photos of them, but our iPad connector has suddenly stopped working for no reason, so there might be no photos until we can get this fixed. Very annoying. Anyhow, we've made it to Colorado and now cannot wait to get to Steamboat Springs. We're praying for showers and hot water ...
... and blew it up was quite interesting. A
lot of balloons went up in the air and the sight of all those balloons
was one to enjoy.
So many balloons!!
It was one of the most memorable trips i have been on. The company,
the lightning and thunder, the scenery, the balloons were all pretty
... 14px; line-height: 19px; text-align: left; ">Lunch was a salad and cheeseburger and fries and chocolate brownie for dessert.
Guides Brandon and Stewy took myself and 2 other guests tubing which was a lot of fun! Tubing at VVR is great, because they take you up the tubing hill by snowmobile and after you slide down, they come down and pick you up so you can repeat as often as you like!
For tonight’s dinner I had a salad, NY strip steak with mushroom ...
... where you don’t return to the ranch for lunch, they will pack a lunch for you. They give you cold cuts, bread and condiments to prepare your sandwich how you like it and you can also get fruit, chips, cookie and drink. We stopped for lunch for about 30 min and Jess had also brought hot chocolate.
After lunch we skied down the hill and I got to practice my tele turns. The snow was perfect--soft but not too deep and after one run down we went back up to do ...