Western Roadshow — Part I
Unfortunately, Dan got a little too RAD and tweaked his knee. But he is on the mend.
That is the magic of Senor Tecate.
The mountains here are wonderful. Part of what makes this area so unique are the tiny little towns that have sprung up due to one mining boom or another. Some towns have vanished, but others persevere despite serious isolation.
There is no shortage of eye candy here in the southwestern corner of Colorado. We are plotting.
I got to ski a couple days with Jack Brauer of Mountainphotographer.com. We had ourselves some fun making great corn turns.
Not to mention, this Yankee got to show the local Cowboy some eastern-style unconventional terrain ascension.
I have got a few more weeks out on the road, and hopefully some more places to visit. But there are certain objectives here that I have been eyeing for a number of years. This may be the season we make them happen. Of course, I will keep you all posted on what we get “up” to.
I am sure there is still some snow left back East to help pass the Spring for all my friends back home. And if not, at least there are some killer deals on ski gear courtesy of a sub par winter. (Seriously… OGE is having some ridiculous sales this spring on gear)
Thanks for reading FIS. I promise I will get a decent camera and some editing skills soon, but until then; Stay tuned, and EAT UP!!!
All Photos, unless otherwise credited, by Jake Evans or Dan Chehayl.
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