Rabbit Ears Motel
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Steamboat Lake Visit 1
Yeah, this is kind of a funny title I know. The story goes like this: We really like the look of Steamboat Lake State park, however we could only get two nights here. So we decided to take two nights here, leave for three nights and then come back.
Steamboat Lake State Park is about 24 miles off the main road. The drive here is beautiful, further confirming that Colorado is our favorite state so far. The wide open spaces the rolling ...
... do is pack! Friends and family have been so generous in helping us reach 30% of our fundraising goal. Thank you! Thank you!
... at booking last minute anyway; I tend to pick where I want to go and stick with it regardless of how the snow conditions turn out for the season. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose but I just make the best of whatever conditions I’m dealt. I’ve been in Steamboat during high snow years, low snow years, times when it hasn’t snowed a flake the entire stay, years when it hasn’t stopped snowing for the entire stay and during record low temperatures. One ...
... prefer to just take the public bus--I find it more entertaining as there are always some characters on there.
My first stop was at Ski Haus. This is one of my favorite stores as they have a very wide selection. Next I went downtown and had dinner at Carl’s Tavern. Carl’s is a new restaurant in town this year located on Yampa Street. I had the Howler Burger which has cheddar cheese, caramelized onions and roasted garlic aoli. It’s served with ...
... was banana bread, some bacon and ranch potatoes. Breakfasts at the ranch consist of a fresh baked bread product, smoothie of the day, granola, or choice of 3 hot items which are served with potatoes and your choice of sausage or bacon.
For my first activity, I selected a riding lesson in the indoor arena with the ranch reining trainer Terry Wegener. The horse I rode was Mary Jane and she was quite nice; really responsive to whatever you wanted her to do. We rode about 1 hour and by ...