Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Loveland
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... novel "The Giver." The time between our arrival in Phoenix and our connecting flight to Maui passed very quickly. We had time for a bathroom stop, to purchase a salad to eat later and we were boarding. Here is a picture of Miles. He is 6 and all we know about him is that he was traveling with his mom and (slightly older) sister. We know this because by the time they boarded they were getting the last 3 seats on the plane and those seats were not together. To make a long, quite ...
... were hard at work here blowing off the top of these peaks. It seemed we drove downward, but the next town, Leadville, had an amazing elevation of 10,300 feet. It might be the highest town I've been to. It had an impressive downtown full of Victorian architecture. From here the road is more of a 2000 foot fall toward I-70. It is the most stereotypically Colorado part of the drive, like a John Denver song. Lodgepole pines and peaks and lakes and whitewater rivers. We came ...
... ago - I got to the airport and had left my luggage at home. Then I got back to the airport and had left my passport and plane ticket at home. Guess I am a little stressed??? Never mind, I have 5 more days to collect everything on my packing list and generally 'get my ducks in a row.' Teddy is already packing her case.
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A foot of fresh powder and after B's boost of confidence from another lesson a week earlier, we were off to the mountains! At the top of the mountain it was hard to go too long without gloves and snap pictures, but it was such a beautiful day and we had the slopes at the top of the mountain mostly to ourselves. After exploring the bunny hill for a couple of runs, Brendan was ready to venture to the bigger hills. He was skiing blue squares in no time :)
... site of Denver's city lights twinkling against a dark canvas.
The climbing at "Eldo" feels much like Mt. Arapiles in Australia to us: steep, traditionally protected face climbing. However, the climbing in Eldo is even more cerebral due to its sparse gear placement options--you have to think ahead and be creative.