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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The next morning we were up and headed out. We were driving
along and remembered on a previous trip when we had watched a herd of
elk cross the road in front of us. This time there was no elk to be
seen but there were two cranes with young in a field that we were able
to observe. Nice.
We had not gone much further when spied
something on the right side of the road next to the mountainside.
Thought it was some kind of bird ...
... or not. Ultimately, I decided to re-jigger my trip dates a little to accommodate a stay at the ranch. I would say during my first trip to the Steamboat area, my stay at the ranch played a significant role in my decision to keep returning to Steamboat, so I decided to continue my tradition. I think it was during a backcountry ski trip that first year to “Hole in the Wall” that I just knew I’d be coming back. After all, what can be better than snowmobiling out ...
... Caldera and one of
the things they hope to prevent is the elk getting caught in the fence
and/or getting separated from their young. You could understand this as
the mother would jump over the fence and the baby would try to figure
how to get through the fence. Poor little things! They were making ...
... of my travel plans, as well they should be. Travelling in Asia, unable to speak the language, and less than ideally educated on the region... This truly will be a life-changing/educational experience. It is amazing just how many possessions I am liquidating to make this happen. Bikes, clothing, sports gear, more bikes... all to follow some destination my "heart" is leading me to. I am finding it easier to ...
... was the anniversary of the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor, in case you didn't know or like me didn't remember.
First photo is from the top of the gondala looking over towards Four Points, the snakey ess trail down the middle is Twister as mention and photograhed in previous entry. On a clear day the photos are so much clearer when the top of the mountain can be seen. It's even better for skiing too.
Next photo is at the top of four ...