Time to move north

Soeedo swimmerWell guys it is time for me to move north to Canada where I’ll spend most of the winter.

I have been super slack getting things organised but I have just bought a car here in Colorado and I’m excited about the road trip north.

I think I’m going to leave on Saturday morning – weeks are really busy on the slopes and I think it will take 2 or 3 days to get to Canada.  Will has already arrived in British Columbia and I speak to him most days.  Kip has read all about Will and perhaps early next year the three of us can get together for some speedo fun.

Does anyone have any recommendations on what route I should take?  I can either go straight north through Wyoming, Montana and then Alberta.  I can cross the rockies and go up through Idaho or I could go further west and cross Utah and the eastern edges of Oregon and Washington State.

Any suggestions would be great.

I am really excited to see Will again – I’m pretty sure that Julie will be back this winter but I’m not 100% about Amy.  Either way I’ve got a feeling it is going to be another epic winter with lots of speedos in the hot tub kind of action.

I called Henry last week and he has been offered a job at the mountain again but there hasn’t been as much snow up in Canada as there has been down here in Colorado so he hasn’t started work yet but I really hope he gets up there.

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Rob said,  

Like to say , found your site about a month ago, not long after I got a computer. Am 62, and it brings back so many happy memories of my teenage years in the 50`s and 60`s. I was a speedo fan them and bought at least 3 a year just to go to the “baths” and exhibit.!

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