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The real reason to get into the mountains: sheer beauty. Sometimes life just calls with responsibilities. It can range, but life will make its demands of everybody. So, for the past couple of weeks, Dan and I have been making do with “sanity skis” at the ‘Bou and biking to... Continue reading
Posted Jun 19, 2013 at Mountain Nomads
Tim - it's great to hear from you? How's life going for you? Seen some cool pics lately. Hope everything is going awesome! You're missed down here! We should do that...road trip!
Toggle Commented Jun 18, 2013 on Big smile at Mountain Nomads
Sometimes the weather dictates what you do. It's true from the ocean to the summit of Everest. We had been planning on doing Paiute Peak, spending the night, and then giving a snow climb up Crooked Couloir on Mt. Audubon a shot. However, when looking at the weather and seeing... Continue reading
Posted May 31, 2013 at Mountain Nomads
It was a long weekend of work. Not that I’m complaining, really. As far as jobs go, we’ve got it pretty cush. Dan and I get the same schedule, we work four ten hour days, so we get three days off a week, and we get to spend all day... Continue reading
Posted May 29, 2013 at Mountain Nomads
Storm over the divide. After much deliberation, the ski for our weekend was decided upon: Red Deer Mountain. It’s not actually a named peak, but it’s the other guard of Buchannan Pass, standing slightly taller than it’s much better known partner, Sawtooth. There was some storming going on, so we... Continue reading
Posted May 28, 2013 at Mountain Nomads
On top of St. Vrain Mountain. Well, as all know, bugs are incredibly easy to catch. No matter the nature of the bug, you must be wary of them, for if given the chance, they will infect you. The bug has got us. It was back to work for one... Continue reading
Posted May 19, 2013 at Mountain Nomads
It’s Tuesday, the 14th of May, and we have yet to go on a big spring ski. In fact, we have yet to do really much of anything since the Grand Traverse, and we’re probably a bit ornery for that fact. After the Grand Traverse, my body we tired, tired,... Continue reading
Posted May 17, 2013 at Mountain Nomads
Well, there we were again. The Elk Mountain Grand Traverse seems to have this effect on some folks. There are some who do it once, and that’s enough. There are others who do it, and come back again and again. I should have known that we’d be in the later... Continue reading
Posted Apr 13, 2013 at Mountain Nomads
Well, life has once again become hectic - it has a nasty habit of doing that, doesn’t it? Part of the chaos come from the place where Dan and I work being sold, but I’ve had more than enough of work as of late, so maybe that will be touched... Continue reading
Posted Jan 25, 2013 at Mountain Nomads
Change is hard. Humans are creatures of habit, and asking us to change our precious routines can be like asking a charging moose to just stop. I, like most, feel good about change when I’m behind the steering wheel with my foot on the gas peddle initiating the change. However,... Continue reading
Posted Dec 21, 2012 at Mountain Nomads
We’ve had a few tired days...Thursday and Friday we managed a few hours up at Eldora each day, but nothing too exciting. (Hey, it’s Eldora, with about three runs open. But we did check out Bunny Fair Bowl - sick, dog!) Saturday we were a little overly ambitious hoping to... Continue reading
Posted Dec 16, 2012 at Mountain Nomads
Haha...there's a reason the locals call Eldora Windora...
Toggle Commented Dec 14, 2012 on Into the Frigid Storm at Mountain Nomads
I love that you can identify the clouds! I almost took a photo of the clouds we saw on the way back from our race today, because I was sure that you could identify them for us.
Toggle Commented Dec 5, 2012 on The light was divine at Mountain Nomads
Hey Sharon! I'm still kinda figuring this blog thing out. Yes, we are all really hoping that the current trend is correct - the graphs are saying this week, we should be noticing a swing in the temperature for the colder! Hip deep! I think I've only skied hip deep once, and it was amazing - so here's to hoping. I'm sure we were quite entertaining to watch on the slopes at any rate. Only racers do drills
Toggle Commented Dec 5, 2012 on Elaine Making an Entrance at Mountain Nomads
I’m not going to say I was super amped when Dan suggested at 10 pm last night that we head up to A-Basin for the 7 am start of a race. Heck, the Irwin race just got canceled, I was tired, and we had yet to do an actual skin.... Continue reading
Posted Dec 4, 2012 at Mountain Nomads
This is Elaine, the other half contributing to this blog. This was supposed to be IT! The year! I wanted to go skiing everyday, and I had visions of powder runs dancing in my head. After the two of us, well, I wouldn’t call it competed, per se, but completed... Continue reading
Posted Nov 21, 2012 at Mountain Nomads
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Nov 20, 2012