The Steamboat Hotel
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... water tank shifted slightly causing the tip out to catch and tear a hole in the top of the water tank. Lovely!!!
I fire up the laptop to discover that we do have a signal. (Small prayer of thanks inserted here!). I find a RV repair guy in the area. We call and he comes out that night. His name is Kyle and he brings Gary with him. These gentlemen quickly assess the situation and help us get set up for the couple of days. They are really very nice, down to earth ...
... the road up, rather than actually putting any paving down. The chances of us ever coming back to ride it are flimsy at best. Because of the rain and the incessant procession of JCBs and trucks, the mud was churned up so thick that our front derailleurs and chain sets became plastered with inches of mud. It got to the point where the drive chain just started jamming every five pedal strokes forcing us to get off and push. Towards the top of the six mile climb we rode through the ...
... falls. Pretty
standard hike, some 2mi to the top of the falls. It was all sunny when
we started climbing up to the falls. A little in, it started getting
cloudy. Around the one mile mark it started drizzling but stopped almost
immediately. We debated but decided to continue to hike. We should ...
After lunch I went riding in the indoor ring. Trainer Terry gave me a lesson on Oreo with wranglers John and Nicky. We worked on downward transitions: trot/walk, canter/trot and canter/halt. We rode about 1.5 hours. I used to ride English at home, had my own horse etc but now I only ride when I go to the ranch, but I always have to get on and ride at least once during my stay.
Dinner tonight was buffet style with the staff. Salad, prime rib with ...
... 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, ...