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A very nice snowboarding day continued at a Very Nice Brewery

A very nice snowboarding day continued at a Very Nice Brewery

Snowboarder living and how to do it cheaply Plenty of locals have their own way of getting the most out of a day on the slopes. I dislike overspending on food & drinks at the mountain resorts, and I dislike crowds at the bar that I need to fight through. Don’t we all? Stop outside of the resort town, pack a lunch, visit grocery stores for snacks instead of convenience stores, and contribute to small business. These are a few of my methods to living the life while saving my money. My blog will serve as your guide to living the lifestyle cheaper and party more effectively: One thing I love most about Colorado are the unique microbrews found in nearly every bar that are locally brewed. The list of breweries, large and small, is so extensive and would be a career in itself to frequent these locations throughout the year to get the “best of the season” beer. Today I will tell you about my visit in Nederland and will begin the journey of updating you regularly on the bars I hit. Ate breakfast at Sundance Cafe on the way at a quaint and warm cottage restaurant outside Nederland Indulged in great coffee, delicious and hearty french toast and eggs breakfast, and played Connect 4 with a snowboarding friend, Eric to prepare ourselves for the fun day ahead Spent $10 Before gratuity and had a pleasant meal with a small crowd and no over priced resort food Snowboarded at Eldora, close to Boulder, CO Looped the Indian Peaks lift because it had the best sun exposure, least moguls, quick and...