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... items for Sally (jacket and a scarf) at the Bucking Rainbow.
Took the drive to Fish Creek Falls and did a short walk to a great view. There was a path leading down to the bottom of the falls but using good sense we passed and just enjoyed the view from topside. A lot of water was flowing over the falls. Very lovely spot right in town. We then drove around the Steamboat area and saw many huge homes- some for sale but we're not interested. Sally saw more ...
... was through oil and coal fields. Many trains and they were extremely long and full of coal. Drove in the mountains at elevations of over 9,000 ft. Would you believe that snow was still on the ground at the higher elevations. Sally would not let me play in the white (somewhat dirty) stuff.
We arrived in Steamboat Springs at 5:30. Checked in to a Sheraton Hotel. Lovely room with a balcony (now sitting ...
... in sections where there are no hot springs, the rails that one uses to get into the pools are frozen and your hand stick to them.
After 5 o'clock bathing costumes are optional, but we left before that time. The rule is, no pictures to be taken after 5 o'clock!
Some days are sunny and you need your sunglasses, it is just too bright. When you look out of the window it looks nice and hot outside, but oh boy don't be tempted not to get dressed properly.
... their burger), but they had a pork chimichanga special that sounded good too, so it was hard to choose! So we split the burger and the pork special. They cut them in half for us so they were easy to split up which was nice.
After lunch we skied Norther bumps and Surprise among other areas.
During the day my instructor had noticed that I seemed to be riding the ...
... tonight was a buffet with the staff. I had salad, beer braised beef brisket and bbq chicken. There were also corn muffins. Dessert was fig/pumpkin bread pudding, so I passed and instead had a peanut butter cookie out of the always available cookie jar.
Tonight’s entertainment was the indoor campfire where several of the staff members play guitar and various other instruments and sing songs. It’s amazing to me how many instruments they can ...