Monthly Archives: August 2012

Keeping kids healthy while travelling

1) Wash hands On your trip make sure your family, especially your little ones, are constantly washing their hands.  Not just before meals and after the bathroom, but all throughout the day and in between activities so they can keep … Continue reading

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Fall Bucket List in Park City

It is crazy that summertime is winding down.  Many schools have already started the weather is slowly dropping.  Do you have any fun plans between now and the ski season?  Here are many fun activities during the Fall in Park … Continue reading

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The Secret to the Bars in Breckenridge

Let’s face it….Breck’s a party town. No use denying it or defending it. I just tried counting how many bars there are in town, but lost count in the 40’s. It’s what makes this town go. For each bar there … Continue reading

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Lovin Muddy May in Breck

Another great stay in Breck at Sawmill Creek Condos, which are located right at the bottom of Four O’Clock Run and across the street from the Riverwalk Center. I definitely recommend these condos to anyone looking for the perfect mix … Continue reading

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Top 9 Reasons to ski at Beaver Creek Resort

Family oriented – Everything in the resort seems to be designed with families in mind. For example, the Buckaroo Express Gondola – the only gondola that I’ve ever heard of that is designed especially for kids. Outdoor ice skating rink … Continue reading

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Top 6 Reasons to stay at Borders Lodge in Beaver Creek, CO

Ski-in / Ski out – The Bitterroot trail always has some untracked areas on a powder day. The Elkhorn Chair Lift is never crowded and runs from Christmas until the end of March. Friendly staff – Borders has very little … Continue reading

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CME

“Good morning” says my friendly CME driver, Brandon, as he arrives at my doorstep at 4:30am. Brandon courteously takes my bags and puts them in the back of the brand new Mercedes Sprinter van that will be our chariot down to … Continue reading

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Preparing for Zion National Park

Going to Zion National Park was one of my favorite trips I took this year.  The scenery is absolutely breathtaking and there is so much to do and see.  The last time I went to Zion was probably 10 years … Continue reading

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Winter Firsts in Tahoe

Tahoe was my first tour of 2012. I realized that getting there was much easier than I thought. Fly into Reno and take a nice, easy shuttle less than an hour to the North Shore. To kickoff my “site tour firsts” … Continue reading

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Book Early Save Big!

Can you believe it is already getting towards the end of summer? The ski season will be here before we know it, make sure to book your trip nice and early so you can save big bucks! You can save … Continue reading

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