The Writing's on the Snow I think we might be done. Five weeks ago I laid out two possible scenarios concerning the brown snow this spring, the dust would either be a non-issue or it would cut the season short. Opinions around town favored the latter as the likely outcome, and that's understandable because it looked pretty bad around here. For many, one look up at the dirty snow dried up...
May 18, 2005
A spring ski descent of Wetterhorn Peak on a hot day that delivered a learning lesson.
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We met in Aspen in 2000 and have been happily stuck in the rockies ever since, getting out in the mountains every day we can, in every season and by all means possible. Read More
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