The Steamboat Hotel
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Drove to Steamboat Springs, nice drove, had some rain, arrived at KOA it was off the freeway, about 2 miles from downtown, the site #71 was gravel dirt, setup and then went to downtown and surrounding area checked the trails and walked the dogs about a mile or so, in light rain, , The next morning we had about 2-3 inches of snow on the ground,, we took dogs for a walk in morning downtown, then we ...
... weather and had booked a cabin there for the night. By the time we got there, the sun was out, so we had coffees and home made cookies and hosed down the bikes (and got an invite to a ranch in Queensland, Australia from Amy who was working there), but resisted the temptation of a night indoors despite the beautiful set up. After crossing into Colorado, we began a long climb up to Columbine. The thing about the easier route was that it still involved a ten mile climb of 1,800 feet, so ...
... in the pouring rain to get into a decent tree
covered place just to avoid the lightning, the rain was too heavy to
get shelter under a tree anyway. One really cool thing which happened
was, at one point a couple of us were getting drenched others were at a
dry place barely a meter away. The curtain of ...
... ski in the morning with guide Rob. We went to south fork area and climbed up to Panorama and then down the Sky Chutes and back up the road to the car. It took about 2 hours and was a nice first ski at the ranch.
Lunch at 12:30pm was an Italian Panini with prosciutto, balsamic, olive oil, tomato and mozzarella which I didn’t like since the only ingredient I like was tomato. I had a salad, peanut butter cookie and chocolate revel bar, water and lemonade ...
... opposed to under your fingers) to be awkward. Being a lightweight with no snowmobiling experience, I had a hard time getting it to go where I wanted.We started on the ranch property winding through narrow trails through trees. Within the first 15 min I discovered I didn’t lean enough into one of the turns when I just kept on going straight . . . and through a willow bush and into the deeper snow below. You may ask why didn’t you just release the throttle? Well, ...