The Steamboat Hotel
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... the devil’s being the bigger man and saying I’m not even going to comment, talking **** about me like that.
Here’s the thing about people who believe in God: they’re ******* stupid.
The bible should say one thing. Try not to be a ...
... Springs was the most appealing of nearby towns and so we headed north and took a room at the Rabbit Ears Motel. This iconic family-owned facility sits on the bank of the Yampa River, which provided a soothing background melody.
We walked a couple of blocks to the heart of downtown and, just as we neared a brew pub, the skies opened up and a downpour that caused everyone to seek shelter inside. A friendly server caught our ...
... It faces south and gets baked by the sun, so since this was the first sunny day after several days of fresh snow, we decided this was the best time to do this ski before it might get crusty. We climbed up twice and skied down in two different areas. I wanted to do this ski because the hill is fairly wide open and depending on where you go up, you can vary the pitch of the slope you ski down. I am working on my tele turns so this area is fun for that. We got back to the ranch ...
... water and some wifi...still no luck with the bag, it seems to have disappeared into United's black hole..but good to hear about the world. That said it has also been rather nice being cut off, quite looking forward to heading off grid again tomorrow! Maybe time to try out those famous hot springs before we continue our journey west! We're staying in a slightly odd park, but full of children and ours are enjoying the pool and playground so they're happy ...
... in Steamboat Springs, an alpine town cut out of the side of a mountain, with lodges and cabins dotting the mountain side and smooth green paths rising to the sky between the trees…ski trails with no snow. And we checked into our hotel and were lucky enough to have a room with a view of the ski slope.
And the word for the day is BUFFALO. We saw a small herd of them be the road…large, brown, muscular animals, a reminder of the ...