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After leaving Aspen, we headed to Alma for our AirBnB reservation. On the way, we stopped off in Vail to have dinner at a local favorite, George's. It had a relaxed bar feel in the basement of a Vail hotel, and we had Surf and Turf and drinks ...
... and spills galore as the skiers tackled the very fast and demanding tight turning course.
What a weekend! The end of our time watching the Workd Cup skiers and we were certainly not disappointed. To travel half way around the world was worth it. An experience we will never forget and certainly aim to do again.
We farewelled Chris Ernst 'Uncle E'. We had found out that Uncle E was in fact the creator of the sport of ...
... delicious beer can chicken roast, a first for both of us. We were quite impressed.
The following morning Timmy took us to the Eagle air show where, among other things, we saw planes flying upside down, apache helicopters, and every car imaginable. We then took a drive over Independence Pass and down into Aspen. Brett was thoroughly impressed with Aspen’s rugby field. After enjoying ...
... to West Glenwood Springs. It started snowing again. It was coming down very hard. This was the first time in the trip that the road became covered with snow. We continued on.
We entered Glenwood Canyon with some very heavy snow. Probably three or four miles into the canyon we came to a complete stop. That was at about 10:15. The snow was coming down so hard it quickly covered our rear-view mirrors.
After sitting there for 20 ...
... center of Vail. I decided for my last fall day in the mountains to check out the area around Camp Hale and the nearby town of Red Cliff, Sylvan Lake near Eagle, and a last stop for the day at Vail’s Oktoberfest. I’m sad to say it because Vail is usually such a pleasant town, but its Oktoberfest is pretty lame compared to the one in ...