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... an RV place in Richfield, Utah and Shane at Jorgensen's RV fixed our fridge for $40.00. Apparently it had overheated in the 34 C weather and needed to be reset. We were back on the road within half an hour. We drove through some beautiful countryside but the pictures don't so it justice. We stopped at Cedar City for lunch and groceries and made it to Zion at about 4:30 pm. We got set up, cooked supper and got to bed early as we were getting up early to hike to Angel's ...
... some rain gear in case it rained later on in our trip. Lucky, lucky people - bought rain jacket and pants in Walmart for $10 each. We also wanted to check out if all those emails we receive are true. We looked and looked and looked but everyone appeared normal. No oversize women with G-strings hanging out in sight - very disappointing. You can, if you wish, purchase BB guns off the shelves for $19.95 and ...
... more climbing to be done.....so we climbed and climbed with head winds that kept us almost standing still. Katy was at different spots for us and about a mile before we got to the summit I took a ride and the summit was 8020' elevation. Jane kept pedaling up the last mile, bravo for her.... There was nice lodge, restaurant, store and other beautiful buildings. The day brought back memories of doing the Courage Classic in Seattle.....Going through Denny Creek area and along I-90....
... yard wide turns. I try to dodge them, or simply wait for them to make it down, and then rip down behind them, minimizing turns on each new run. Work has intensified, with a pre-Christmas blizzard that shut down Denver International Airport. Cancellations and rescheduling of lodging dominated the days before Christmas as stranded traveler's called in from Denver and elsewhere around the country unable to board planes or traverse the seventy miles of highway to get to ...
I have hit the twenty day mark-twenty days of skiing by December 18. The most I ever skied in my life was twelve days on day trips to New Hampshire with my parents. I hope to reach a hundred by April 15.
All through those childhood years of skiing in New Hampshire I was filled with trumped up notions of what it was like to ski in the west. It was perceived in my young mind as a snow utopia where everyday one breezed through waist deep powder in endless high ...