Vail Mountain Lodge
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... in El Paso, which was the last roadside hotel we stayed in; what a bargain.
Tomorrow we're off to Mt. Rushmore where we will actually be meeting Mary's cousin Nancy, daughter of her Godmother Agnes, who we saw earlier in the journey. Believe it or not Nancy is on a 3 month journey with her husband Steve and we are 100% coincidentally going to be at Mt. Rushmore at the same time they are. Wow!
That's it fore now. Stay tuned;
Angelo and Mary
... Pass. The Pass and Divide are 11,900 feet/3665 metres above sea level and are part of the Rockies.
The Continental Divide is a natural boundary line that divides the flow of water between the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. It runs from northwestern Canada along the crest of the Rocky Mountains to New Mexico.
We then drove through Keystone over the Swan Mountain to Breckenridge. Breckenridge is located in north ...
... what we were getting into when we began this leg of the trip. We have been on a lot of mountain roads, making hairpin turns, and circling mountain ridges as we climbed. But for some reason, this road freaked me out. I shocked Steve when I asked him to turn around after about 20 miles. The road was so narrow and the drop-offs so steep and so high up, with no guard rails, I had a feeling this was not going to turn out well. So we returned to the ...
... of 18 homes that are rented out, again, much like a luxury yacht charter.
Most memorable was Dean’s comment that Paula was his best employee ever. Back in the day, Paula was a trained chef, but also a “yacht-trained” stewardess. With this cleaning skill and attention to detail, Paula worked for Dean cleaning luxury homes and skiing as much as her free time would allow.
We only had a short drive to meet with ...
... the plan was to go to the copper mountain ski resort and have a kids afternoon! All kids activities. for breakfast we had upma and then got ready to leave.
Lunch was at a vegetarian place, green tomato and then entered the ski area. The kids got day passes and we were all set for a fun day at the resort.
first stop was bungee jumping and kids jumped ...