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... day was when her skies got crossed. Worst part of the fall was she bruised her bruise... She now has what I call a bruised banana leg! :).
We had so much fun together enjoying the scenery and being in each other's company. Hope and I make it a point to tell each other "I love you" everyday. Now it is a game to see who can say it first. "Hope, did I tell you today? I love you." It is the greatest commandment.
Stopping for ...
... I came here to ski" so weather permitting that is what we will do.
There are a lot of people here from Tampa. Cool sitting outside and recognizing someone from home. It is a small world!
Our timing driving here from Denver was a blessing. Not only did the roads get bad Thursday night but again Friday. Lots of folks didn't get in until after midnight both days because of the weather and hazardous road conditions. Sometimes we don't even ...
... the wind with a mind and pattern of its own. So who knows where I may end up.
List of desired countries
- Malaysia < li>Indonesia
- Bor neo
- Bhut an
We had a perfect Valentine's Day skiing. The three girls went to ski school from 9 to 3:30 so Karin, John and I headed up the lift. Fresh powder met us at the top with spectacular snowy vistas in every direction. One of John's favorite sites at the top was the tall pines covered with clusters of fresh snow. We were saying pictures just can't capture the real thing like being ...
... they love the snow and can't keep their hands and feet out of it.
We stopped in Frisco, CO on the way and picked up three saucer sleds. That was the winning purchase of the day. As soon as we checked in to The Charter condo Karin headed to the golf course with the girls. John and I joined them later. What a blast throwing snow, sledding and building a snowman. ...