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... back on the road. Vail has an amazing pedestrian-only area, with plenty of leftover Christmas lights and ice sculptures. Before heading out of town, we took a drive up to see some of the amazing homes on the mountain. We will definitely be visiting again! ...
... shop and we found heaps of old 80s toys that we had when we were kids which was fun.
After our tour it was time to hit the town with a dinner at Buddy V's aka The Cake Boss' Italian restaurant which was organised by Nathan and Mark for Billy. Billy said he had the best Chicken Parma he has ever had...which is a big call but deserved as the food and service was amazing!! They even brought out a special Italian birthday cake with 'Happy ...
... from a spectators point of view, has been excellent and augurs well for a very successful World Championships in Feb 2015.
There was a local Aussie interest today as Luc Henri Chevalier (Chevy) was in the field. Chevy is a local boy from our way whose family moved to Colorado when he was a teenager so that he could attend the Vail Ski Academy and therefore pursue his dream of being a regular on the World Cup circuit. Today was not ...
... fall. I called for a shuttle to the Charter and they were off to skate. As I waited for the shuttle all of a sudden they appeared. Karin and John said the snow was blowing too hard to enjoy skating so they left. It worked out. We had enough daylight for a little sledding. They made a few sweet jumps only trumped by the sound to thunder and flashes of lightning.
No day in the snow is complete without a trip to the hot tub. It ...
... at the site of the camp, just some foundations and a few ruined buildings but historical markers along the road tell the story of the site.
Many of those who trained at Camp Hale returned to the area after the war and were instrumental in developing Colorado's ski industry and especially Vail, a story explained in the Colorado Ski Museum ...