Fairfield Inn & Suites Steamboat Springs
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"Remember. What works for one, may not work for another."
"Sometimes less is more, and other times less is just being ******* lazy."
"Do what gains improvement. Test Often. Keep track of results so you can adapt your training."
"The weights are just a means to an end; how well you contract the muscles is what training is all about."--Arnold S
I'm not trying to overcomplicate an easy thing. Everyone is ...
... you 6 days of skiing anytime during the season with the ability to add on days at a discounted rate after you’ve used up your 6 days. After picking up my pass, I picked up my demo skis from the shop in the basement of the Sheraton. I never bring my own skis when I travel--I just bring my own boots. Renting demo skis each day of a trip can get pricey, but I like being able to try different skis; and if I don’t want something different I can usually get one of the ...
... cost comes off the price of a new board, so it is a useful way to try a board and see the differences.
Thursday 9th Dec, up early today and off to Powderworks to get the first demo board. Very dark grey clouds this morning, no photos as it was first day back on a snowboard since learning back in '09. Was expecting to fall and didn't want to be falling on my camera, the snow can be hard enough on the green runs let alone falling on the camera as ...
... we ate on horseback. That was a nice surprise. We continued on with our ride and then feeding.
For lunch I ordered the Jerk Chicken and had a salad with a couple pecan bars for dessert.
For my last backcountry ski, it was just me again and guides John and Dana took me out. We first drove off ranch and parked and we skied in the Hahn’s Peak Lake area. We climbed above the lake and though we didn’t view Hahn’s Peak Lake, we had a nice view ...
... to have to have oxygen. He normally fly's at 7000 feet, so that should give you an idea of the height we are skiing at. Whilst Andrew went skiing I did what any girl would do and went shopping. I caught the shuttle to Downtown and walked the main street, investigating all the shops in my own time. If I didn't have to use my suitcase, I could of done some real damage in a few of the ...