While we were on our trip to Steamboat Springs to ride with Buck Brannaman (I say “we” because my friend Sharon came with me to ride with him as well), we got to stay at the Wyndham. I have the World’s Greatest Parents because they own time-shares, and this was one of those times when they were able to share their love with their favorite eldest daughter. I don’t have a single negative thing to say about this condo. It was beautiful. Nearly bigger than our house here on the ranch- and it certainly felt quite spacious. But maybe that’s because I don’t live there? Zach always tells me that if there is any empty spot in the house it will be filled with candles, photos or the like. He says it has something to do with Ovaries. Isn’t he hilarious? His wit is one of the things I love about him!
Enough about that. Let’s get to the awesomeness of the digs we had while in Steamboat.
Walking in to the two bed two bath condo:
The kitchen island:
Cool Adirondack type chairs:
I secretly or not so secretly, wish my kitchen was this pretty. Or at least had such awesome counter tops. Formica just doesn’t do it for me. On a positive note, I do have red walls. Those make me happier!
The view of the rest of the Great Room:
A super cool copper table!
Continuing the Adirondack theme:
The fireplace was pretty.
I was really in love with the tile.
I love all the earthy colors.
This year if we get to put in our fireplace, I think my mantel should look like this one!
The master bedroom:
I don’t know what is with the glare in this photo.
There was a vanity in the master bedroom that was separate from the vanity in the master bathroom.
Wouldn’t this soaker tub that was in the master bedroom be just awesome after a day on the slopes?
I thought the dresser in the Master was so pretty:
The view from the deck:
It was a really relaxing place to stay while we were working our minds and bodies to the bone at the clinic. We even used the fireplace. I think sometimes that it gets cold here early, but it dipped below freezing for a couple nights while we were there.
Thanks mom and dad for sharing the love. It was a really great place to stay!