Lodge & Spa at Cordillera
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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! ...
... toboganning with Jesse and Jackson while stu, jazzy and I went ice skating on keystone lake. The rink is amazing, being all natural it is obviously outdoors and has the most scenic background of the snow covered mountains And the lovely feel of fresh air against your face. It is also huge I would estimate about the size of at least 10 of the medibank ice rinks in melbourne put together.... It is actually 5 acres!See attached photos. Jazzy was a Little wobbly at first but got ...
... harder runs with Jackson and Jesse. Stu and lori stayed on the green runs and helped out me and Harvey. Lori was great with me and really helped me get down some steep slopes when I thought I couldn't do it! (even though they were green slopes I still felt like they were steep). We did about 3-4 runs today, was great to be skiing with everyone. We stopped for lunch at a bar/restaurant at the top of one of the runs... ...
... US schools go back on Monday so traffic probably heading back down the mountain. I have attached a photo stu took of me driving. Kids enjoyed ski school jazzy skied some blue runs which means she is officially a much better skier than I am. ( I have only ventured out on green runs). Harvey's teacher really enjoyed having Harvey and said to us he likes to go really fast and his turns are improving. Takeaway pizza for dinner...not as good as pizza religion but still yummy.
... a part-time job as a curate, or new priest, in Golden, Colorado, for just a few years out west. I worked in commerical construction and also in nursery (outdoors) work 4 days a week, worked at Saint John Chrysostom Episcopal Church four days a week, and slept when I could. We lived in a 800 square foot 2 story vertical little place in Evergreen near Bergen Park, in a neighborhood called Waukeeny Park that easily could ...