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The Wedding Day is scheduled for Saturday July 24th 2004 at the Alpenglow Stube atop Keystone Mountain at 11,444' above sea level.
We hope you all will be able to join us for for the weekend, or at least part of it, to help us celebrate in the mountains of Colorado.

Everyone that can make it is invited to join us for a a casual Colorado dinner rendezvous Friday evening. Guests will be taken to an old restored homestead by horse drawn wagons and then treated to a Colorado western style dinner, accompanied by live cowboy music in the rustic atmosphere of the restored ranching homestead.

9:00-9:30 AM ride the gondola to the wedding site.
10:00 AM Wedding Ceremony.
10:40-3:00  Let the celebration begin.
Lunch, drinks and dancing at the Alpenglow Stube
3:30-4:00 Meet in River Run to extend the festivities into the evening

Family members and out of town guests are invited to join us at the Ski Tip Lodge for a Sunday Brunch and a final celebration before we head off to Tahiti.

High Altitude Tips
The base of the mountain lies 9,000 feet above sea level and the site of the wedding is at 11.444'. The air is thinner and less oxygen is available. People coming from lower elevations may experience altitude sickness. This usually occurs within the first 48 hours. You may experience headaches, nausea, insomnia, and loss of appetite. The best remedy is to take it easy your first day here: increase fluid intake, decrease salt, alcohol and caffeine intake, and select high-carbohydrate, low-fat foods. Be aware that high elevation can also accentuate existing health problems. If you have a respiratory or vascular illness, consult your physician before your trip. Seek medical assistance if problems persist or get worse.

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Alpenglow Stube  

The Alpenglow Stube is reached by traveling in 2 gondolas to reach the top of North Peak Mountain of Keystone at 11,444'. It is North America's highest 4 diamond gourmet restaurant located 2 miles high inside a magnificent log and stone lodge called the Outpost.

The restaurant is routinely featured in magazine and newspaper articles, has won numerous awards, such as being recognized by Ski magazine as "... the loftiest gourmet ski restaurant in North America ..." and was rated as Colorado's 7th best  restaurant by Zagats. It is accessed by a journey as memorable as the meal itself; guests ride two enclosed gondolas from the base of Keystone Mountain to the summit of North Peak enjoying birds-eye views of the mountains, ski slopes and Lake Dillon.

Ski Tip Lodge