Dakota Lodge at River Run Village
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... on the other Loveland base (Loveland Valley). We were skiing on Loveland Basin. So we decided to connect at the bottom of Loveland Basin. As they were skiing down to the base - Vienne lost control and went into the trees and hit a tree head on. The ski patrol had to get her out of the trees as she suffered a concussion. They took her via ambulance all the way back to the Denver children's hospital in Aurora. ...
Left Austin about 5pm on United airlines; just one hop to Denver, then a van drove us to Breckenridge (about 2.5 hours - it was snowing and quite a bit of traffic.)
Nice condo (#1205) at the Hyatt/Wyndham Main Street Station - kitchen, living room, etc. (no washer/dryer, but has one down the hall). The usual woodsy, moose, outdoorsy motif. Pretty good location to the slopes, just a little walk. Very close Main Street shops and restaurants. I ...
... debated political topic at a dinner party. I would make the unsubstantiated claim that Myanmar is home to the "most benevolent people in the world," but respect has worked in the converse, ramping up to religious extremism and punishing people who do not comply within the highly prescribed meaning of "religious respect" (reference: the story of Phil imprisoned for posting a picture of Buddah wearing headphones). Or take my fellow ...
... it spurred us on to ski from top to bottom a couple of times before coming in and going for for coffee at The Inkspots cafe - deliberatlely avoiding Starbucks - which was excellent and cheaper and went down well with the freshly baked chocolate chip cookie that had just come out of the oven. You should always support your local independent cafe I say.
On the way back we stopped for "gas", as we are trying to aim for returning the Jeep with an empty tank, but are still ...
... 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 ...