Thunder Mountain Inn
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... cannot fully describe the sight seen through the eyes. We followed the aspens down a dirt road to the river. The Colorado River is narrow at this point, and flowing nicely. There are a number of cars parked at the bottom, near the river bank, and a BBQ is alight. In the water stand a number of fly fishermen, all going about the business of catching fish for lunch. After a brief chat with one of them and taking a few photos, we caught sight of an old mine entrance. We drove up to ...
... control. Man can live to be 150. Common diseases like diabetes can be controlled by diet and exercise. Stay away from animal fats and processed foods. Read every food label, and if you can’t pronounce the ingredients, don’t buy it. Buying nutrient-empty foods is like putting water in the gas tank of your car. But good food by itself is not enough. You need a healthy lifestyle as well."
... in sections where there are no hot springs, the rails that one uses to get into the pools are frozen and your hand stick to them.
After 5 o'clock bathing costumes are optional, but we left before that time. The rule is, no pictures to be taken after 5 o'clock!
Some days are sunny and you need your sunglasses, it is just too bright. When you look out of the window it looks nice and hot outside, but oh boy don't be tempted not to get dressed properly.
... boots, Dalbello Chakra with intuition liner and I was able to drop down a whole boot size. While they worked on my footbeds I went over to the GPG to have a drink with my instructor and some friends of his for a few minutes before heading back to the shop to finish up my boot fitting.
Tonight I ate dinner at La Montana. I had the Margarita Especial, queso dip and cheese enchiladas served with rice and beans. I also really like their 2 salsas they serve prior to ...
... even on very mild slopes. You could be skiing along and then sink knee deep with one leg while leaving the other leg on top of the snow. In the South Fork area you could see that they definitely had less snow than normal for the time of year--bare ground under some pine trees which would usually have deep tree wells.
Lunch was back at the ranch and I had beef stew and a brownie sundae drizzled with caramel for dessert.
In the afternoon I chose to ride ...