Legacy Vacation Resorts Steamboat Springs Suites
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Fantastic hotel; great location; helpful staff; supermarket next door; free shuttle to town only steps away
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We were at the Harley Davidson dealers in Vernal at 8am - however, there web page wasn't correct and we waited an hour. Julie & Vicki used the chance to go to Walmart - never let an opportunity pass you by.
Sean had a little shop and got a helmet cap; new foot peg extensions; t'shirts etc.
We then left this lovely town via …
... all these cheaters making millions, makes me angry. Just use that anger in your own training, but don't ever cheapen the experience. If that means you fail, so be it.
Your base stats in major lifts:
As many as possible
Strict pull ups: 16 reps
Bench x 225lb: 25 reps
Squatx 315 : NEED TO DO
Rowing 7 minutes to see how many meters you can get: 1,890 meters
1.5 mile run time: NTtest
Re: Test Every 3 months
- Woke up at 8:30
- Realized there was still so much to do
- Went to the Yampa River Core Trail to jog again
- Visited local event called Oktoberwest
-Participated in a meat eating contest
-Got so full that i couldnt go anywhere so i went to the motel room and fell asleep
... focused on upward and downward transitions and worked on picking up Oreo‘s more difficult lead.
Lunch at 12:30 was a casual buffet with the staff of grilled cheese, pot roast, salad and macaroon cookies. Some days the ranch has a more “formal” table service lunch.
My activity for the afternoon was a backcountry ski with guide Shannan to Hahn’s Peak Lake. The whole goal of this ski was to ski down the face of the hill that runs out onto ...
Middle of Colorado, middle of nowhere - a place so massive that even the Colorado guidebooks don't mention it, yet vast! We drove west from Rocky Mountain National Park, still slightly stunned by the scenery, through miles and miles of ranch land with seemingly no one home. Eventually, after climbing over another pass and again crossing the Continental Divide, we arrive in Steamboat...home to a big winter ski resort, but a functional stop for us! We need ...