To avoid misadventure can be a challenge, especially when a wild rider forgets to consult a map. Click for photos and an embarrassing story about skiing in Crested Butte!
My first time skiing at Crested Butte was an adventure, and the mountain views were incredible. Click for my favorite photos!
There are a lot more men than women who ski, but on the most difficult terrain, I want to make sure to represent my sex. That's not always an easy feat. Click for photos.
With COVID-19, this ski season has been all kinds of weird, but that hasn't stopped me from craving the thrill of it. Click for photos!
Winter can be magical. The snow becomes a blank canvas for shadows and patterns. I enjoyed contributing to the texture last weekend at Breckenridge Ski Resort. Here are my faves for almost Wordless Wednesday. Beyond Bowl enticed me. See the untracked snow beyond? Could I to stay high enough to make fresh tracks? I could... Continue Reading →
This Wild Wednesday features huge wild cats, silly dogs, skiing and snowboarding, and lots of snow in Colorado. My Arlo outdoor camera has recorded all kinds of wildlife this year. My favorite is the big bobcat that has hung out since last summer. I've kept the doggie door closed since my poofy Bichon, Roxy is... Continue Reading →
Every March, we take a family vacation. We all have Epic Passes so we pick one of their ski resorts. This year, we chose Park City Ski Resort in Utah. Being a new area to explore, I stick to two rules. The first one? Never ski alone in the trees. I've ended up on ledges... Continue Reading →
Where do Colorado skiers and boarders go on spring vacation? To ski and ride Heavenly Ski Resort at Lake Tahoe of course. We soon found out why it was aptly named, Heavenly. We found it most heavenly. Come along on my surreal photo journey. Situated in South Lake Tahoe on the Nevada and California border there... Continue Reading →
As we get into our comfort zone of routine, we challenge ourselves less and less. I took on a challenge last weekend and learned why facing fear and abject humiliation is important for personal growth. I still have a lot of growing up to do. Ask anyone! I've been a skier since the seventh grade.... Continue Reading →
My great plan a few weeks ago: I thought it would be fun to go out for brunch with the family, ski a couple of runs before Breckenridge closed for the day, and then relax at night. A complete shutdown at Breck and skiing Keystone didn't come close to niggling my wild imagination. The day... Continue Reading →