Kudos to the instructors as well. Both were incredibly skilled and great instructors. Ron Avery and Keith Garcia are both the real deal.
Oh, and a note on training with prosthetic legs:
I deliberately didn't tell them about my prosthetic leg going into the class because I didn't want any special treatment or exclusion. I finally did tell Keith Garcia about half way through the first day but only because he was trying to get me to use a technique that my leg just could not do due to it's rigid foot and lack of an ankle. He helped me come up with a work-around that was perfect. Ron Avery didn't know about it until the end of the last day when Keith finally told him, and he said that he would never have known from the way that I was running the courses, which made me happy as it's always a goal of mine that people around me not be able to tell. I mean, I feel bad enough for mortals who have to get by on two natural legs already, so why show my fancy store-bought leg off and rub it in?
It was a good weekend, and now I'm off to explore Utah and the West for a while. Stay tuned for more adventures.