Holiday Inn Steamboat Springs
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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We left early this morning as we made our way toward Steamboat Springs, which is a popular ski and spa resort. Our first stop was close to Granby, and was at a beautiful lake. Filled with ducks, geese, and other water birds, it was lovely setting. There is a car park, with telescopes, and picnic facilities on the outside of the fence surrounding the lake, which would be a perfect location for bird watchers and other interested people. Kudos to whoever pays for the upkeep of ...
... apart from the other is vision and touch. Good hands at critical moments. Golf, football, Basketball, hockey all come down to the hands and the touch. Yes, there are many other critical factors but most important is having the touch, and getting the object to go to where your vision tells it to go.
You begin to recognize that it doesn't matter how strong you are, if you don't have the touch, you're not gonna be that good.
... for my side dish (shredded potato with cilantro, deep fried and covered in a cheese sauce). For dessert I got the mud pie. Over the years I’ve found meals at the Ore House to be hit or miss--sometimes they are good, other times not so much. Tonight’s meal was one of the better ones.
I took the bus straight back to the base, as I was so tired.
Friday I had a private lesson at 9am. I’ve skied with the same instructor for 8 years now, so we ...
... base camp and do a day camp. When we headed out the skies were overcast but that quickly burned off and we were blessed with a crystal clear day in the 60's and lower 70's. Route 40 to Granby was sweet with nice rolling turns and diverse scenery ranging from mountain meadows to rolling arid grassland.
The we got to the park. First you climb to the top of of a mountain through ...
... was feeding. She hung around for around five minutes and then headed away into the field. While we were watching her a huge male appeared by her side. What luck! A little while later we saw a marmot being harassed by a bird. It must have been near the birds nest. Later we saw an elk out in a large field.
We left the park and headed toward Steamboat Springs. ...