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... Happy Valentine's Day', then went exploring. It was so windy at this altitude, with snow flurries. The scenery was absolutely breathtaking. We went to the hotel's famous whiskey bar, with over 600 types of whiskey displayed on the wall behind the bartender. We each tried a whiskey, then I moved on to red wine while Justin tried more whiskey. We shared a charcuterie plate, then joined the 6pm ghost tour. The tour led us to a music hall on the ...
... a couple of hundred yards from the end of the snowbound trails I managed to get apex-over-base and slid off the trail. It all get a bit Benny Hill as the more I tried to get up the more I slide off the track until I ended up half way down the slope laughing ridiculously to myself.
After the Cub lake route I travelled up to the head of the park road to Bear Lake to do a few short trails up there. All were snowbound but it was mostly packed down so I only ...
... Basics but enough to fill us up.
We left the hotel and headed into the park again to do Old Fall Road and loop around to the area that was covered in cloud last night. We stopped at a great field right before the turnoff to the road and saw a bunch of elk. One big guy was bugling and went over and nudged his woman who was having none of it and eventually after her repeated attempts to ignore him failed simply got up and walked away. Very funny. ...
... include Irish dancing and bands,
but in reality I think more appropriate to call it a pan-Celtic festival with a
smattering of Welsh and Breton representation as well.
My favorite is the Highland Games, a series of strength
competitions with many of the same events you might see on a “World’s Strongest
Man” competition on ESPN. Those include the very Scottish Cabre Toss which
involves lifting and tossing what looks like a telephone ...
... and turn white in winter the better to stalk their prey. He told us that he was living in a cabin (somewhere I forget) a few years ago, and it was full of mice. Every morning, he set a trap, and every evening he came home to find the trap sprung, some blood on the floor, and the mouse missing. He couldn't figure out how the mice were escaping these traps. Then one morning he was home, and lo and behold, in through a hole (same hole the mice ...