Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Drove to Steamboat Springs, nice drove, had some rain, arrived at KOA it was off the freeway, about 2 miles from downtown, the site #71 was gravel dirt, setup and then went to downtown and surrounding area checked the trails and walked the dogs about a mile or so, in light rain, , The next morning we had about 2-3 inches of snow on the ground,, we took dogs for a walk in morning downtown, then we ...
... cheaters making millions, makes me angry. Just use that anger in your own training, but don't ever cheapen the experience. If that means you fail, so be it.
Your base stats in major lifts:
As many as possible
Strict pull ups: 16 reps
Bench x 225lb: 25 reps
Squatx 315 : NEED TO DO
Rowing 7 minutes to see how many meters you can get: 1,890 meters
1.5 mile run time: NTtest
Re: Test Every 3 months
... come around and ask you what you want to do for your activities the next day. Dinner tonight was a casual buffet with the staff. The meal consisted of a kale/quinoa salad, roasted vegetables, mushroom strudel, salmon and prime rib with horseradish sauce. Dessert was a chocolate pot de crème with gingersnaps crumbled on top.
Sunday I went to breakfast at 7:30am and got a cinnamon roll, bacon and ranch potatoes. Continental breakfast starts at 7:30am and then hot ...
... tight hair pin turns, steep climbs, and who needs guard rails! And after you get to the top, you are rewarded with a breathtaking view of the Rockies every Time.
Miles:340 (longest day so far)Roads: Rt 40 E / Route 34 N / Rt 7 So / Rt 72 S / Rt 119 S / I 70 E (unavoidable) / Rt 40 W
Towns: Steamboat / Granby / Estes / Central City / Granby / Steamboat
... 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 ...