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... Ski Area. We have Ski Valet which means we have these guys that store and clean our gear for us right at the entrance to the slopes - they even help you put on and take off your boots when you are done!! Amazing!! And if you want to ski in a different mountain, no problems, they will make sure your gear is waiting at the base for you with more valets to help you out. Totes Awesome!!
We definitely improved our skiing skills over the ...
... population, many of whom had played rugby before coming to the USA. The first match occurred on 4 July 1967 and has been going strong ever since. Each September they host a weekend packed with rugby excitement at their Annual Ruggerfest. You get to see some of the best rugby teams in battle for the Ruggerfest title and bragging rights on the famed rugby fields in the world renowned resort of Aspen, Colorado. Aspen Ruggerfest is a ...
Woke with an air of expectation this morning as yesterday had been mindblowingly good. It was a cool, crisp morning around -7c. Felt just like home! Scrambled once again up the snow covered hill to the grandstand. The World Cup Ladies Slalom Course was all laid out and we were able to see it from top to bottom.
Once again we cheered on all nations and a huge cheer for our Aussie, Greta Small. This was her first World Cup Slalom start. Unfortunately Greta straddled the ...
... course. Once again, to our amazement this was a free community event and there were drinks and nibblies on offer. We really enjoyed the gluhwein and stangely enough the buttermilk popcorn.
The perfect way to end such an exciting day? Fireworks of course, and Aspen didn't disappoint. Multi coloured fireworks lit up the sky and the snow on the slopes of the mountain. A truly spectacular and memorable day.
This is post number two of the day.
Coming back we decided to take the mountain route. We headed out to Kebler Pass and missed our cut off and kept going down the other side of the pass. Saw some nice sights along the way on the well maintained dirt road. When I finally came to a land mark I checked my map and we were about 10 miles beyond our turn. Lynn suggested we keep going and I said I don't think so. Showed her the map and ...