Our last day at Steamboat was a mountain day. My Grouchy Husband rented a ski bike for the second half of the day. I was very skeptical about this since we would be with my Princess on a trail with lots of kids and beginner AND he decided against the free lesson.
After almost crashing into seven people on the mountain and crashing himself, he figured out how to ride the bike.
He wasn’t quite as fast as my Princess.
My Dad, my Princess, and my Grouchy Husband on his bike.
He had a lot of fun on the bike. While riding, he ran into two people who had their own bikes that were were customized with after-market parts and it made him want to buy one also. Only my husband…
In the middle of the afternoon, it started to snow and the visibility at the top of the mountain was really bad. I really wanted a picture of the moose teepee on one of the trails at the top so I talked my sister into going with me. When we couldn’t see the chair in front of us on the chair lift, I knew this was a bad idea. We could barely see the trail signs and almost accidentally went down a diamond mogul trail! Luckily, we found our way to the moose teepee.
And now I’m being silly.
The snow was a winter wonderland. And it’s suppose to snow into the morning. First tracks tomorrow will be very nice but we’ll be packing for our trip home.
A fire is always started when we get back from a day on the mountain. I think men and fire have some primal connection. The fire starters are never used, only paper, wood, and a match. My brother and Grouchy Husband started the fire today.
Once it gets started, they show it off to my Baby.
One of the other things that we do after skiing is make dumplings. It’s all hands on deck to wrap.
My brother came this trip and of course shipped cases of wine and champagne. It definitely made apres ski more entertaining.
Already missing Colorado,