Legacy Vacation Resorts-Steamboat Hilltop
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... tells us he can get us a new tank and can install it next week. We tell him we are only here for a couple of days, but will be back on Monday. These guys spend a couple of hours with us, chatting having a coffee. It was quite pleasant to see some friendliness in this part of the country. People here have been quite xenophobic, so it was nice to see a couple of people who could make you feel welcome. This was enough stress for one day so we have some dinner and get to bed. ...
What sets one athlete apart from the other is vision and touch. Good hands at critical moments. Golf, football, Basketball, hockey all come down to the hands and the touch. Yes, there are many other critical factors but most important is having the touch, and getting the object to go to where your vision tells it to go.
You begin to recognize that it doesn't matter how strong you are, if you don't have the touch, you're not gonna be ...
... for my side dish (shredded potato with cilantro, deep fried and covered in a cheese sauce). For dessert I got the mud pie. Over the years I’ve found meals at the Ore House to be hit or miss--sometimes they are good, other times not so much. Tonight’s meal was one of the better ones.
I took the bus straight back to the base, as I was so tired.
Friday I had a private lesson at 9am. I’ve skied with the same instructor for 8 years now, so we ...
... of switch backs and steep road to a viewing area at 12,183 feet elevation. Then you weave through the top of the mountain for about 20 miles before you are dropped into Estes. Without wind, some of the road is scary with no guard rail and dramatic vertical drops. With wind it is downright terrifying on a motorcycle. We had wind. Once again I got up close and personal with the ...
... told us to get on I-70 and go thru the Eisenhower tunnel. When we got on the freeway, traffic was going about 20mph because one lane was closed. Boring! We had 26 miles to go before we would get off of the freeway. But, after about 7 miles both lanes opened up and we took off. We were a little disappointed with the view after the tunnel after being in the park.