Police report from a ski town in Colorado.

Via on Apr 21, 2013

Steamboat Springs police blotter.

$30 dollars, what a deal for some chocolate dipped portobello mushrooms?

EVERYBODY RUN THE GIRAFFES LEARNED HOW TO SKI

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2 Responses to “Police report from a ski town in Colorado.”

  1. Jules says:

    I've had so many outrageous, and glorious adventures in Steamboat myself, and for a ski village I'm always impressed with how reasonably priced such epic entertainment can be, generally costing no more than a 12 pack. I'm sincerely talking about the best of times, memories of a lifetime… but I would truly be the envy if ever I had the giraffes frolicking the slopes with me. The chocolate covered morsels were just a rare find and who wouldn't laud such a righteous deal, but seriously my mother would cry and turn green with envy if she knew I was interacting with those spectacular, fanciful, giraffe creatures right there on my own turf, yet anyone who's ever taken a run in Steamboat knows this is a true wilderness. Largely "OPEN RANGE". An Awfully big day on the slopes too sadly never get to share with mom, she'd be mad about it… She's been on Safari but that's just looking they weren't interacting at all… Gosh I'd have to set up a secret Facebook acct. No doubt this would be the topic to giggle over for years, with everyone, but mom.:( The bumps now seem bland, 'cause the wildlife is out of control in the "closet". Just roll with it man, no fear, their eye's are on the side of their heads. I'm pretty sure the chase has more to do with the leggy design features VS, the grade of the terrain. Awkward, who knew giraffes were so bold and agile. Perhaps it's just difficult to top being jettisoned 12' to 17' ft onto the ground head first as a matter of birth, then comes the bullying, right?,,, " Stand up this instant you lanky slimy little freak, what a big **$%%#^^ Baby, stand or die trying Loser, you've got one minute ya little pussy if you can't stand on your own by then I'm callin' the Wolfs' and I'll have nothing more to do with your weak lazy little ass." I'm almost certain this is " giraffe life intro 101", Tougher than they look, really….

  2. Jules says:

    I've had so many outrageous, and glorious adventures in Steamboat myself, and for a ski village I'm always impressed with how reasonably priced such epic entertainment can be, generally costing no more than a 12 pack. I'm sincerely talking about the best of times, memories of a lifetime… but I would truly be the envy if ever I had the giraffes frolicking the slopes with me. The chocolate covered morsels were just a rare find and who wouldn't laud such a righteous deal, but seriously my mother would cry and turn green with envy if she knew I was interacting with those spectacular, fanciful, giraffe creatures right there on my own turf, yet anyone who's ever taken a run in Steamboat knows this is a true wilderness. Largely "OPEN RANGE". An Awfully big day on the slopes too sadly never get to share with mom, she'd be mad about it… She's been on Safari but that's just looking they weren't interacting at all… Gosh I'd have to set up a secret Facebook acct. No doubt this would be the topic to giggle over for years, with everyone, but mom.:( The bumps now seem bland, 'cause the wildlife is out of control in the "closet". Just roll with it man, no fear, their eye's are on the side of their heads. I'm pretty sure the chase has more to do with the leggy design features VS, the grade of the terrain. Awkward, who knew giraffes were so bold and agile. Perhaps it's just difficult to top being jettisoned 12' to 17' ft onto the ground head first as a matter of birth, then comes the bullying, right?,,, " Stand up this instant you lanky slimy little freak, what a big **$%%#^^ Baby, stand or die trying Loser, you've got one minute ya little pussy if you can't stand on your own by then I'm callin' the Wolfs' and I'll have nothing more to do with your weak lazy little ass." I'm almost certain this is " giraffe life intro 101", Tougher than they look, really….

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