Aspen, Colorado or Bust!
Taking a puppy on vacation for the first time takes courage. Seeing a place through your dog’s eyes is a delightful new experience. Sandi was on a first name basis by day two into our trip. People I didn’t recall seeing, already remembered Sandi’s name. “Hi Sandi!” Bellmen or shopkeepers would greet her. Traveling with a dog serves as a friendly bridge between you and a town full of strangers. Read all about Sandi’s first adventure in my latest published piece on johnnyjet.com here.
Tags: ACES, Aspen, Aspen Hotel, dog-friendly travel, family travel, Hotel Aspen, Limelight hotel, Lori Mayfield, Maroon Bells, Molly Gibson, Sky Hotel, Snowmass
Teepee fort along a ski trail at Steamboat resort
Steamboat Springs, CO After living in Colorado five years, we discovered what very well could be our new favorite ski town. A horseshoe’s throw from the Wyoming border, rich in Western history is Steamboat Springs. We spent ten action-packed days trying a little of what Spring ski season offers, which includes a lot more than just skiing. Read the full story that published today on johnnyjet.com.
Ames and his buddies: Cade, Alex, Nick and Cecelia (R-L)
The Madeline-like dorm room at Moving Mountains’ Trail’s Edge Lodge sets the stage for a slumber party. Few lodging spots we’ve stayed in our Mommy n’ me adventures have included such a treat as this room (one of just 7 in this epic-sized lodge). Perfect for large families or your family of friends. This slumber party room sleeps 5 and is equipped with its very own X-box. Kiddo comfort at its best. Read the full story here.
Tags: colorado skiing, family travel, johnnyjet.com, Lori Mayfield, luxury lodging, Moving Mountains, One Steamboat Place, skiing, steamboat, Steamboat resort, steamboat springs, Winter in Steamboat