Trappeur's Crossing Resort and Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... was through oil and coal fields. Many trains and they were extremely long and full of coal. Drove in the mountains at elevations of over 9,000 ft. Would you believe that snow was still on the ground at the higher elevations. Sally would not let me play in the white (somewhat dirty) stuff.
We arrived in Steamboat Springs at 5:30. Checked in to a Sheraton Hotel. Lovely room with a balcony (now sitting ...
... HOT. We switched back and forth between the VERY HOT pool and the not so hot pool until our bodies adjusted and the night set in, and we realised that there were absolutely no lights around the pools at all. Cue much stubbing of toes and banging of knees and the sudden urge to get naked – because, in the dark, nobody would be any the wiser. We resisted the urge and headed back to camp, ...
... Chicken and Dumplings, and Kelly had S@#! on a Shingle - both excellent. Up to the condo to change into our boots and get our skis.
It had snowed all night, and was still snowing and somewhat cloudy. We tried Preview again first just to see what powder felt like (since we are not very experienced in various conditions.) It was fine. We went over to Christy's to get some different goggles as it was difficult to see the snow ...
... upwards of 100 shooting stars per hour. Secondly last night was a Total Lunar Eclipse (the first total Lunar Eclipse to occur on the day of the Northern Winter Solstice since 1638) best viewed in North and South America, couldn't see either of them unfortunately.
This will be my last update from Steamboat, 4 more days of boarding and then Sunday (Boxing Day or for Americans "The Day After Xmas", sounds like a title for movie) I travel ...