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... cannot fully describe the sight seen through the eyes. We followed the aspens down a dirt road to the river. The Colorado River is narrow at this point, and flowing nicely. There are a number of cars parked at the bottom, near the river bank, and a BBQ is alight. In the water stand a number of fly fishermen, all going about the business of catching fish for lunch. After a brief chat with one of them and taking a few photos, we caught sight of an old mine entrance. We drove up to ...
... was through oil and coal fields. Many trains and they were extremely long and full of coal. Drove in the mountains at elevations of over 9,000 ft. Would you believe that snow was still on the ground at the higher elevations. Sally would not let me play in the white (somewhat dirty) stuff.
We arrived in Steamboat Springs at 5:30. Checked in to a Sheraton Hotel. Lovely room with a balcony (now sitting ...
We also saw peewee barrel riding (small children riding horses around barrels). The rodeo also featured kids running around, trying to grab a ribbon off of a calf (for the older kids 6-12) or a ram (for the kids under 6). Cole chose to sit out and simply watch. Maybe next time we go to a rodeo he'll partake in the fun.
There are two videos: Cole riding the mechanical bull and Prepping to Ride. As you ...
... Ghost pepper wings, salmon tostadas, edamame, etc.; it was all good. Met one of Chance's friends John, who seemed very nice. Finished up and we went back on the bus and Chance stayed with his buddies. Kelly and I went to the Tugboat Grill and Bar. Then home and watched the Oscars until bedtime at 9pm :) [Kelly sweetly reminded me about the Oscars we watched at the Breakers on Key Biscayne when I took him home to meet my family in March ...
... t visited downtown in their first 4 days here, not that there is a lot to see, its just a small country town, everything is on Main Street I'm sure.
Thursday was out enjoying the groomed powder from the previous day. It was a sunny morning and even colder than the day before, a top of 27 F expected. Photos 2 and 3 are the snow making machines hard at work on some of the unopened runs and the terrain park and half pipe. They make a lot of ...