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... not to be hunted today- fingers crossed. We continued our journey toward Steamboat Springs, stopping several times to take photos of the beautiful sights along the way.. Before arriving, we had to drive through Rabbit Ears Pass, which is a winding road, but above the pass you can see two rock formations that resemble rabbit ears, hence the name. Unfortunately I could not stop to take any photos of them. On arrival, I noticed that all the road speed signs were in both imperial ...
... 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 which they
mentioned that team building exercises should be done in order to get to
know people better. Having never done such a thing as part of AID, we
planned for a camping trip. We, around 13 people (no, we did not go to
bilbo for luck) headed to a place called Steamboat springs which is
... Pig-- I got the burger which was good. My mood improved slightly after lunch and I skied Norther bumps somewhat successfully that afternoon. I was due to be picked up at 4:30pm by Vista Verde Ranch, where I was going for the next phase of my vacation. However, the boot problem put a small crimp in that plan. At 4pm I went back to Christy Sports to deal with the boots. After hearing all my complaints and the fact that my lower leg fell asleep they swapped them for a ...
... banjo, fiddle, mandolin, ukulele and they sing too! A multi talented group they are!
Friday I had 2 heath bar pecan muffins and a short stack of banana pancakes for breakfast (garnished with toasted macadamia nuts). I should have asked for just one pancake since it turned out to be too much food with the muffins.
I then met guide Zack up at the Nordic Center for my backcountry ski. We went to Trilby East about a 30 min drive from the ranch. ...