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... at the top of the hill, which is the ranger's office. Whilst Pat went inside to chat to the park ranger, I walked over to an old building, which I guessed belonged to the mine. At the front of the building were a few implements of a mine long closed and now rusty. I walked around, taking photos of the beautiful but narrow winding river, whilst waiting for Pat to return from the ranger's office. We were soon on the road again, and as we came around the bend, Pat gave out a ...
Phew! Made it.
We were so smart to leave just a 3.5 hour drive for the last day. Especially since it turned into a five our nail biter again. Crazy highway conditions. Bob, driver extraordinaire got us to Steamboat, slow but sure. Sweat stains in photo prove the stress he was under. Because he ...
... It faces south and gets baked by the sun, so since this was the first sunny day after several days of fresh snow, we decided this was the best time to do this ski before it might get crusty. We climbed up twice and skied down in two different areas. I wanted to do this ski because the hill is fairly wide open and depending on where you go up, you can vary the pitch of the slope you ski down. I am working on my tele turns so this area is fun for that. We got back to the ranch ...
... into the national park. I suggested that there should be a sign pointing folks on. He asked me to fill out a suggestion form, which I did. Best of all he apologized for the inconvenience.
Continuing on to Steamboat Springs—We passed through a small town where I had to stop and take pictures of some air balloons. We passed some beautiful scenery along the way that David took some great pictures of. We did run into one ...
... in Steamboat Springs, an alpine town cut out of the side of a mountain, with lodges and cabins dotting the mountain side and smooth green paths rising to the sky between the trees…ski trails with no snow. And we checked into our hotel and were lucky enough to have a room with a view of the ski slope.
And the word for the day is BUFFALO. We saw a small herd of them be the road…large, brown, muscular animals, a reminder of the ...