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... somewhere? My answer is experience. Every time we are faced with a transition or time of change, we suddenly realize how important and how grateful we are for our surroundings. Every time we go through this experience of transition and gratefulness, there is a light of wisdom that shines through and allows us to be more present throughout our ...
... capture on our cameras). From here we began a steep uphill climb of six miles into an appalling headwind. After cresting Middlewood Hill (7965ft) and Continental a Divide Crossing number 15 of the route, further short sharp climbs followed, seemingly endlessly and all into the relentless and so sties slightly frightening headwind. It was a day full of pain, an absolute sufferfest devoid of any pleasure except for one single event. About a mile up the first climb we decided to stop ...
... 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.
... 19px; text-align: left; ">Tonight they were having fireworks and a torchlight parade down the mountain to kick off the 100th annual Winter Carnival.. I was able to see the festivities from my window table at the restaurant.
Tuesday I had an all day lesson. We worked on pivot slips and bumps.
We went to Hazie’s for lunch. I had planned on getting the cheeseburger ...
... is entertainment after dinner but tonight was not one of those nights.
Thursday morning I woke up in plenty of time for the 8am breakfast. I had a chocolate waffle with bacon and ranch potatoes for breakfast.
For my first activity, I chose a backcountry ski. Guide Carla took me to the South Fork area where we did some climbing up to a small hill and then dropped down to the road 440 in a large loop. The snow was somewhat unstable, creeky and ...