Yampa View Condominiums
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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 ...
... t finding it desperately easy. 48 miles down for the day we came across a creek and decided to call it quits. Just after gathering water, the thunder began again and the heavens opened. We feel pretty minging now after two really tough days of riding, two awful days of weather, and two impromptu wild camps with none of our normal creek washes because of the storms. A lot of our stuff is also completely drenched so we're considering taking a day in Steamboat Springs to get everything ...
abruptly at that place. After all this we renamed the place as “get
struck by lightning” falls.
The rest of the trip was not as exciting. There was a hot-air balloon
rodeo, which was the reason we originally decided to go to this place.
The way they set up ...
... snowed. I had lemon poppy seed pancakes and bacon and potatoes for my daily breakfast.
Today I went on a morning ski with guide Shannon and 2 other guests. We went to South Fork and did Figure 8. I was really tired, as I had come down with an annoying cold. So tired in fact that I changed my afternoon plan to tubing instead of skiing.
... me into an all day and I‘m so glad she did. I met up with guide Jess at the Nordic Center at 9:45am and we drove up to Columbine. We parked at the trail head and started our ascent. We climbed through the trees for about and hour and a half. By that time we had made it to the top of the tele hill where we climbed up and broke for lunch. The view from there was wonderful--an expansive panorama which included views into Wyoming.
If you choose an all ...