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Well, I must have misunderstood...I was just informed we had to get up and get going early because we have to make it to Salt Lake City in nine hours...what happened to stopping to smell the roses? I think I did hear a stop in Dillon is in the plans...Pategonia look out!
... the best. I finally "got it" and was cutting up the slopes like a pro! Slowing down and turning corners without needing my poles. And when I "got it" it was really fun! The day ended far too quickly. 4pm came around and all we could think about was which mountain we could find that is open next that we could ski at....wrong season for that maybe but we will be back in October so maybe then ...
... and dessert. We had brought some of the blackberries from Lisa’s and given them to TJ. He prepared a cobbler that morning, so we enjoyed it with fresh cream. After TJ picked some Hungarian Purple Chilies from the garden and three of us tried them out. He claimed that they weren’t that hot, but I noticed that both he and Amy both turned a nice shade of Red and danced around a bit in their chairs after a couple of bites. I, ...
... through. To the south the storm still raged
over the south end of the lake. The occasional lightning bolt
shooting down from the dark clouds to create the perfect balance of
beauty and rage.
I turned in astonishment to look back
at my coworkers and patrons in the lodge and noticed they had all
come outside to witness this themselves also. We all just took it in
for as long as we could. Then I noticed ...
... and got a few amazing horizon photos. Stunning!
We got back to town and I at some left over pasta and headed down to Elkins to listen to Mike and Sadie on stage and hang out with the crew. A few of us were down there and I ran into Bob Aries, a local guy who lives down the road with his wife. He is a super cool guy who looks like an old lumberjack and he drives a awesome 1944 Willy Jeep. Somehow we talked about me ...