Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... water tank shifted slightly causing the tip out to catch and tear a hole in the top of the water tank. Lovely!!!
I fire up the laptop to discover that we do have a signal. (Small prayer of thanks inserted here!). I find a RV repair guy in the area. We call and he comes out that night. His name is Kyle and he brings Gary with him. These gentlemen quickly assess the situation and help us get set up for the couple of days. They are really very nice, down to earth ...
... limit on how strong I can become. My rational mind is the only thing telling my body I probably can't lift that much weight. So mental strength is just as important as my body strength, because mental strength can override the rational mind. Push your current limits, phisically and mentally. My mind is ready to create power and my body wants to drink this power and unleash. Just have that switch flip, and start your training the right way.
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... with me. It snowed overnight and depending on where you were it was a few inches or powder reaching the top of your boot. I used the K2 Superbrights again--why mess with success? Anyway I skied much better in todays powder than I did on Thursday. I had gotten my act together and enjoyed it, plus the fact that it was lighter, fluffier snow than Thursday helped. I think this was really the first time skiing powder really clicked for me. I skied Rainbow, Valley View, and some stuff ...
We're in the final planning stages for our trip and testing anti-malaria meds to see if Vicki or I get any of the multiple side effects. Other than some mild stomach upsets, so far - so good. We've got a pretty good packing list and like always, we plan to use only carry-on bags. I'll try to write the 1st real entry on the plane to ...
... and pine and white birch along the side of the road. And they had snow on them, and again I thought, this looks a lot like Maine.
We soon were on flatter ground. And on the right was a lush, green valley with trees and grass and a lone farmhouse with a red roof off in the distance. And to our left, was a huge mesa, not unlike those we saw in Arizona but with one difference. The plateau on the top was slanted upwards, with ...