Sunday, April 24, 2016

Polynesian Luau Randonee Dinner

Last night we hosted a full house for the first ever Polynesian Luau Randonee Dinner at Black Mountain Lodge. Guests endured an intense Spring squall as they trekked their way up the Lower Mountain. At some point the squall passed and the sun popped out. Only to be followed by another intense squall upon arrival at BML.

Inside everyone enjoyed a delicious dinner with pork and tuna and lots of good stuff. Throughout the evening Polynesian dancers entertained the crowd. Immediately after dessert, the party moved outside for an excitting fire dance on the deck. There was a smile on every face. By this time the skies had cleared and the moon was preparing to crest the East Wall. Walking down the hill, we enjoyed brilliant moonlight on The Professor, Loveland Pass and the No Name region. And you thought you had seen everything at The Basin. I think Chef Rybak is going to have to do this one again.

1 comment:

Annette Rebellato Martinet said...

Al we have done many of these dinners, and the entertainment for this one blew us away. This would be an amazing way to end every season at the basin. Thanks for another awesome moonlight dinner!!!