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Great hot tub to watch the storms from
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After a fractious morning trying to negotiate Frankle's release we failed & had to depart (late) with out our trusted member. However we were promised a second chance that night so agreed to meet at Steamboat Springs. After two days of getting caught in the afternoon rain we decided that some waterproof trousers from Walmart May be a good idea …
... tells us he can get us a new tank and can install it next week. We tell him we are only here for a couple of days, but will be back on Monday. These guys spend a couple of hours with us, chatting having a coffee. It was quite pleasant to see some friendliness in this part of the country. People here have been quite xenophobic, so it was nice to see a couple of people who could make you feel welcome. This was enough stress for one day so we have some dinner and get to bed. ...
... br> 9. Commitment - Do you want it bad? Then you better commit your time and energy into it!
10. Compassion - It’s not all about you. Be a strong teammate by being there for others during hard times.
11. Competitiveness -
“On the field we are looking for competitors. Our staff believes improvement is driven from the will ...
... I did an unguided snow bike ride. The ranch has a fleet of bikes with fat tires designed to be ridden in the snow. I took my time looking around and was out about 1.5 hours-- down the driveway, left on Seedhouse Rd to the turn around and then back up the driveway. I think it was about 3 miles, as I think the driveway alone is a mile.
Dinner tonight was a casual buffet with the staff. It was corn bread, salad with blue cheese for me, ribs, chicken, baked beans, smoked ...
... whom live in very big and very nice houses (like Winnie Mandela).
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