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Great hot tub to watch the storms from
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... which are excellent. Pat mentioned that we could stop on our way home as it is marshy and is maybe a good place for moose to hang out. It is moose hunting season. Apparently moose can only be hunted using a bow and arrow, and with a licence. The colours are spectacular. The aspens, cottonwood and willows are several shades of yellow and as the weather has been good, the leaves are still on the trees. The aspen trees vary in colour from yellow, orange, and green. Words or ...
... your craft, and use your weight training around your practice to get you to your goals.
Sometimes flexibility is more important then strength so you have to adapt your program to whatever you are trying to achieve. No person is the same thats why you have to have a program specifically designed for yourself.
Having the motivation to execute the program is a different story. That comes from within. Floyd Mayweather started training for his next fight at 2am ...
... up the gondola and skied Sunnyside which runs near the Elkhead chair to warm up before moving to other areas of the mountain. Not many people on that run. Today there were lots of groomed runs so my legs got a break. Lunch was at Hazie’s and was a grilled brie cheese sandwich with a cup of cheese bacon soup for me. After lunch we skied Twilight and other easier trees and finished the day with the small moguls between Vagabond and Surprise.
After skiing I returned ...
... of switch backs and steep road to a viewing area at 12,183 feet elevation. Then you weave through the top of the mountain for about 20 miles before you are dropped into Estes. Without wind, some of the road is scary with no guard rail and dramatic vertical drops. With wind it is downright terrifying on a motorcycle. We had wind. Once again I got up close and personal with the ...
... told us to get on I-70 and go thru the Eisenhower tunnel. When we got on the freeway, traffic was going about 20mph because one lane was closed. Boring! We had 26 miles to go before we would get off of the freeway. But, after about 7 miles both lanes opened up and we took off. We were a little disappointed with the view after the tunnel after being in the park.