view to the west
Footsie was listening when Peter Shelton boasted about his faithful Saab. Two break downs later, he has learned his lesson.
Grandchild number two ‘holds court at just a few hours old.’
Taking in a “DAM” good show at Denver’s Art Museum.
Changing the oil in your car on a spring day can be as close to being Zen as one can get.
The International Skiing History Association is in trouble. Where are all the 50- and 60-year-olds with an interest in skiing’s colorful past?
It’s okay for the ski season to end, just not before its time.
Preparing for the end time. Battling to keep the testimony of Jesus Christ alive. (April Fools!)
Not just the inefficient, barely moral ways health care gets paid for in this country need to reformed, but also the way we take our brightest and most dedicated and make them pay (and pay) to beco...
An homage to Peter Brinkman, charismatic ski school leader who died young, at 74.
The Oscar and The Killer Whale
Early-morning visitors shake up the routine, but when everything settles down, coffee is made (and the miscreants are caught), several favorite movies have been revisited
Two nervous cats with new knees, new hips and a favorite mountain.
The Winter Olympics spark memories of Jimmie Heuga, who brought home the bronze from Innsbruck in 1964. His memorial is today.
Former Ouray Public Library director Mary Ann Dismant shares her personal letter from famously reclusive author J.D. Salinger.
Facing history and weather, the odds are stacking up against Vancouver.
There are many who have his dream but there aren’t many who can say the dream came true like Max Dercum can.
‘Now fresh snow is coming with its ability to make the world new.’
A skier-triggered avalanche in above Ophir reminds Helitrax that history repeats itself, causing ‘the same sense of awe and surprise.’
Once sleepy wintertime Ouray does a star turn this weekend featuring its world-renowned Ice Park.
New Year’s 0-10: I will be nice to the cat, and other steps on the path to serenity.