Days Inn Summit County
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... back roads.
Spent a few hours hiking through the forest next to the Lodge, before heading down to Breckenridge and wandered around the town.
The morning starts off with another hike into the forest. Then its time for my friend Gerry to arrive from Cleveland Ohio.
These days are spent sightseeing in the car. Bonus was seeing a mother moose very close to the Lodge.
Tomorrow we begin our adventure to the west coast
Had a mixed day at Loveland. Lindsay and I drove to Loveland early and got on the slopes by 10:30 or so. Kirk, Chris and Vienne didn't get there until noon.
- Weather was great
- Ski conditions were great
- Lindsay really elevated her confidence with skiing
- We skied all the blues runs
... good thing! Then back to Peak 9, where we ended the day coming down Colombia to Lower American - it was great! We both really enjoyed the blues and greens, and were skiing together! Such a great day - the weather was lovely - sunny and warm, up to about 25 degrees. Back to the condo, changed clothes and headed out. Stopped by Ollie's pub and had a drink before dinner. I had a Mountain Mule - very good! A young lady next to me chatted for a bit - ...
The time has come for me to reconnect, brave my email inbox, pop that New Zealand SIM card out of my phone, and dress myself in an outfit that is not exclusive to tennis shoes and lycra. Perhaps it was the jet lag or four glasses of wine I consumed on my layover home, but upon my return to the States I went through a solid 48 hours of feeling like the little guy on the Zoloft commercial with a dark cloud hovering over me. I wanted to return to the mornings of jumping out of bed ...
... are, so I'll suck it up and ride on. Or, hope for bad weather, a mechanical breakdown, or some other intervention that keeps me at reasonable elevations. US-34, also known as Trail Ridge Road, takes us to dizzying heights. With a maximum elevation of 12,183 feet near Fall River Pass, Trail Ridge Road is the highest continuous paved road in the U.S. A continuous paved road is one that doesn’t simply doesn’t end at a summit, resulting in ...