Steve took the day off from fishing. We got to have breakfast together! Waffles, fruits and bacon! Three of my favorites.
We walked to the base of the falls.Here is a video of the waterfall.
Aren’t we the cutest couple ever? Look! Steve is not wearing a plaid shirt!
We took a peak at the yoga studio.
This is the center of the camp. The fire pit where we would have s’mores at night. The dining hall is on the right, and the on the left was where they would hold large group dinners. The middle section was where they had a small gift shop.
Steve is checking out the river. If there is water and fish, he is usually checking it out.
Dessert! That is bread pudding and gluten free chocolate chip cookies.
Omar and T went to Telluride for the day as their riding was cancelled.
Here is a picture of Steve and the waitstaff at the bar for our before dinner cheese and crackers.
What I should have done was started at the top of the list and tried one of the speciality drinks each night!
Here is a photo of Steve from his best angle. Ha Ha!
Normally dinner was at this table, but we were going to be a big group tonight, so we were going to be in a different room. We would also sit on the couches here before dinner also. You could also play pool in the room. Have I told you yet that Steve loves to play pool? He would love to put one in the bonus room at our Lake George house. I keep telling him NO!
This is a closeup of the bar. Supposedly Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid were here and engraved their names in the bar. I think that is untrue, but Steve believes the story.
I guess Kay was one of Butch’s girlfriends.
I love the stamped ceiling.
As there were so many guests tonight all 26 of us sat at a long table in the dance hall.
Roasted parsnips and apples with pickled beech mushrooms, crispy Brussels graved quail eggs, and served with a Cliff-Lede 2013 Sauvignon Blanc.
Coffee rubbed Elk tenderloin with fire roasted tomato (some people had red, orange or yellow-very pretty!), root vegetable macedoine, and a coffee glaze. Our wine for this course was a Melville 2013 Syrah.
Dessert had us all scratching our heads. Rainbow carrot and parsnip financier, spiced walnuts, golden raisin purée, and cream cheese mousse. What is a financier? It means fancy little cake, so the dessert was really a deconstructed carrot cake.
After dinner we went to explore the teepee.
As you recall this is Dunton during the day time.
This is the hole in that you had to crawl into to get inside. Originally sleeping in the teepee was an option but as there were too many critters that could sneak inside, they cancelled that option.
Here are Steve and I in the tee-pee.
It was really tall!
Have you ever been in a tee-pee?
Improper bonus question so it doesn’t count: Have you ever peed in a tee-pee?
Did you know what a financier was?
Do you believe that Butch Cassidy and Sundance were actually at Dunton?