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Travel Blogs from Snowmass Village
... delight. With a saucer sled one never knows where the landing will be and often it spins around so you go down the hill sideways or backwards.
Karin signed up for guided snowmobile adventure with Nova Guides. Hope and I opted out so we could get in another day of skiing. The family left at about 11 for their tour and Hope and I hung out, ate lunch and then shuttled over to the lift. The temperature at the base was 41 degrees so ...
... I came here to ski" so weather permitting that is what we will do.
There are a lot of people here from Tampa. Cool sitting outside and recognizing someone from home. It is a small world!
Our timing driving here from Denver was a blessing. Not only did the roads get bad Thursday night but again Friday. Lots of folks didn't get in until after midnight both days because of the weather and hazardous road conditions. Sometimes we don't even ...
... br> It felt so great to be back on the slopes. Beaver Creek offers a variety of terrains. The three of us skied until lunch. Conditions were perfect. It was 19 degrees at the top but warmed up as we skied down. The new improved ski wear kept all of us toasty.
After lunch, John went back to the condo to trade out his ski boots so Karin and I were free to race all over ...
... was more than knee deep. We sure lucked out!
John sent roses to all of us and had Karin's favorite wine delivered from Nappa. He is so thoughtful.
I didn't get to post last night.
Valentines Day today. The kids are off to Ski School. Hope wants to snowboard and Joy and Lilly will try their hand at skiing. Should be a fun day.
... moment where I felt I could almost touch the sky. I was just there with no past and no future. Immersing in the beauty around me, I felt buoyant, refreshed, and rejuvenated. Driving in Colorado was unforgettable!
Boarding the San Francisco bound United Boeing 737, my mind drifted to the conversation I had with one of my elementary school teachers. She said, “Dream big, and reach for the sky!"
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