Village at Steamboat
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- Woke up at 8:30
- Realized there was still so much to do
- Went to the Yampa River Core Trail to jog again
- Visited local event called Oktoberwest
-Participated in a meat eating contest
-Got so full that i couldnt go anywhere so i went to the motel room and fell asleep
... which is how Steamboat got its name. The first French fur trappers mistook the sound from the springs for a chugging steamboat steam engine
This is cattle country. Cowboys and skiers do come together in Steamboat Springs. Every weekend for two months in the summer there is a pro rodeo competition. Once a year over 100 of the best professional rodeo cowboys compete in the Cowboy Downhill. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYnhV_- ...
... we wanted to go. Because the bus rides are free, most of the riders were probably service people and they did not speak English either. We did see young kids riding by themselves so parents must trust the area. One bus driver did say that crime here is very low to almost nonexistent. We saw not one policeman anywhere whether it was a uniformed officer or a police car.
I had an interesting observation. In a society where there is ...
... If I go next year I’ll have to do the Wed-Sat option which really is not enough time at the ranch. I’ll now need to reconsider whether it’s worth packing up and leaving Steamboat for just a 3 night/2 day stay at the ranch--and if I do decide I want to do that, I’ll have to hope that they have room the exact dates I need to do it. Time marches on and everything changes--most times not for the better in my opinion.
The more I go to Steamboat, ...
... water and challenge. The river starts in the high mountain of the Flattops Wilderness and runs all the way through town and then on to the northwest before it finally joins the Green River near the Utah border. There is a nice stretch that runs right through downtown with lots of public access for fishing, kayaking, and other water sports. We watched several kayakers as they attempted to do tricks on some of the higher water just outside the Library windows. ...