TimberHouse Ski Lodge
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... his buffalo stew.
I had decided not to ski as I thought it would be a disaster if I injured myself at the start of the 3 month trip. Even so, I had the only injuries of the day (unless you count Astrid's sunburn) when I trapped my arm in the chair lift. Just a bruise, luckily!
We all thought it was amazing the different outfits that people were wearing to ski and snowboard: bikini tops and shorts, full snow gear, topless (only men!), a ...
... her advice and I got into town without a lot of drama. I went to Dexter's Japanese bar. But, it was pretty quite. I meet the other housemate Steve at the bar and we have a good chat before he leaves with the girl he's with. I order some dinner and I am unable to talk to Dexter much as he is busy and so pay my bill and head into the street to check out the night life. There are a lot of people moving around but the bars seemed lacking, not appealing to me ...
... was not paddle boarding weather so we ended up going for a hike instead. We walked for a few hours around the base of the flatirons with the dogs (I was happy with this because I didn't have to touch them) and then had brunch in the Colorado Chautauqua, an interesting place close by which used to be home to Texan teachers during summer. After brunch we went back to the house and I read a newspaper article of wind turbine which is obviously ...
So after the madness of Red Rocks, we headed for Boulder, home to athletes, triathletes, iron-people and general all round fitness freaks. Feeling slightly better that I had already run that morning, we headed into town. A lovely University town, with pretty streets not designed for a 28ft beast....! Managed to convince the liquor store people (for the mere price of six beers and a case of wine) that ...
... in the Southern Wild. Very interesting movie. I don't know if they are showing it at home. Take Kleenex.
Tonight, I wanted to let Rodney experience Jax. They have all kinds of seafood (mostly stuff I can't eat) and since Rod loves crab and such, I think he had a great tummy experience. I had the Colorado Trout and it was incredible. There were artichokes, capers, fingerling potatoes... I can't remember what else but it was the ...