Dakota Lodge at River Run Village
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today was snowing all day, but just lightly so we went out for a ski together in the morning. We decided not to go to vail as we thought it would be crowded being the weekend. Harvey and jazzy LOVE going over little jumps (and big ones for jazz) so the morning was spent with Harvey saying "Dad, can you find dome more jumps?" I have attached a photo of Harvey doing a jump. Everyone skied well ...
... which is perfect for Harvey and is still learning. Jazzy and stu skied together as jazzy wanted to try some more difficult terrain. They did some huge manmade jumps.... I will have to get a photo sometime next week of them both doing these i think. For dinner we went around to Colleen (Jackson's mum's place) for a nice home cooked meal. Tomorrow off ti ski vail for the ...
... stu but did a couple by himself as well. After 3 goes he was already wanting to go down the fastest one! And he would also get the staff at the top to give him a spin so They spin all the way down. Jazzy and I were much more conservative and cautious. I tried to get some photos but stus phone camera is full boo :-( will have to transfer photos soon.
... in the free park and walk with our gear a short distance.
Keystone comprises 3 main peaks Dercum Mountain, North Peak and The Outback with runs coming down fom each. As the weather forcast was for a cold airmass bringing snow to arrive by early afternoon we decided to ski across to the farthest peak (the Outback) and work our way back from there. This proved to be a good decision.
The place was almost deserted with no queues anywhere and lovely long wide well groomed ...
... cough, but nowhere near as much, and only when it is cold or when I physically exert myself, such as by hiking at altitude. It has been warm here lately for the most part. I am getting more used to the altitude. The cabin where I am staying is 8500 feet above sea level. The air up here is good. That is probably helping a lot. I suspect the pollution and dirt are clearing out of my lungs more and more each day. I am also feeling ...