Before leaving Boulder, however, we all got acquainted, had dinner last night, and took a walk this morning. Though it took them awhile, the girls also warmed up to Haruki, and promptly
Haruki looks so happy, right? I think it was that last stuffed animal, placed (gently--ha!) between her back legs, that really made her happy to have guests. I took her out on an early and quiet long walk before anyone else was awake this morning, so hopefully that offset some of the errr...fun of having young kids in the house.
Now we're in Keystone and we've just checked in to our room. The drive up I-70 was pretty as ever:
And Keystone is pretty too:
I've never been to Keystone, excepting once when my brother and I rode our bikes from Breckenridge to A-Basin. I'm looking forward to checking out the scene tomorrow, and perhaps doing a little skiing as well.
For now, however, I'm camped out here
and looking up places to eat for dinner in Keystone.
*Do you like my hot pink tennis bag? You can just spot a bag full of hazelnuts to the right of my hat if you look closely.