Tuesday, July 1, 2008
Thursday, February 21, 2008
From left to right: Jake, Ben, Adam, Matt, and Donny at Crested Butte.
Adam, Jake, and Dane before the first run at Wolf Creek.
Dane dropping in on the first run.
Jake on his first powder run of the weekend.
Adam carving a powder turn.
And another, I thought this was a cool shot.
From left to right: Dane, Jake, Me, and Adam at the base of what Adam and Jake called a small Mt. Everest hike.
Dane with Adam behind him and Jake in the background almost to the summit.
Adam and Jake taking a rest on the summit.
All of us on the summit.
Me, actually appearing on my own blog skiing the bowl.
Adam with a nice spray.
Jake in the white room!
Dane getting ready to launch.
Dane hucking the cornice on the Knife ridge.
Dane getting down.
Jake, Adam, and Dane traversing on the top of Crested Butte.
More pictures coming soon
Another deep picture
This succession of pictures is pretty cool (1).
Jeremy in recovery mode
Wednesday, January 16, 2008
(I'll add new pictures as soon as everyone else emails them to me)
I'm ready for a spring trip to Wolf Creek and Monarch with this crew, I'm jumping the gun here? Sorry, read on.
Huff finding the true meaning of Fat Skis and loving it!
John Huff after riding the powder bus, nice.
Sometimes you just have to chill.
Huff retrieving some lost goods.
Is John Huff cold?
Maybe he is just looking for the fire, it's in the lodge.
Brug showing what true relaxation is.
Jeremy finding some good snow.
Follow the powder trail and you'll find Ryan, he wears camo.
Wes in preparation.
Wes in action.
Jeff riding James Peak, 2,600 ft. of non stop great snow.
Jeremy finding out it was worth the 20 minute hike up, and up, and up.
Ryan without camo.
Ryan in tow, if the energy rating goes south Wes always has a job towing.
Sunday, December 2, 2007
Skinning in is flat for a while then we headed up.
Jeremy with a peak in the background.
Oliver on the way up, somewhat close to the top.
Me cheesing out for the camera, it was pretty cold at this point.
Oliver going across for the first run.
Jeremy coming down on the first run of the day, early and cold.
A small slab release above one a skin track. The skier set it off after coming out of the trees.
Jeremy finding out how deep it really is.
Oliver finding some nice turns.
Skinning back to the top for run # 2. This was a great run.
Hanging out at the saddle.
Dane ended up coming late and he actually saw us from below on the skin track. We skied the rest of the day together.
Jeremy on run # 3.
Dane on the last run still finding the goods.
Me with some spray.
Oliver taking in the views, a tribute to the Swiss guy.