Ski bums Tony & Michael in Aspen!

January 2-9, 2003


Aspen Scenes
Closing Day 2004
Stella comes to town
Grannny & Grandpa Sand
Burkes come to play
Last day of the season
Peter comes to paint
Spring skiing w/ Todd
The Return of Gilbert
Matthew & Comedy Fest
Peter, Sue, & snow
Ski bums Tony & Michael
Oliver Sand in Aspen
Peter, Sue, & the Bull
Nick+Michelle head west
P&H cross the Pond
Closing time for Winter
Gilbert skis the bumps
Easter skiing
Moonlit Skiing
Olympic Torch Weekend
Katherine's Ski Film
Christmas in Aspen
Visit from Peter & Sue
The Deadly Bells
Katherine makes news
News in Aspen


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  There aren't many reindeer in the Brick Lane neighborhood of London.

  So if you want to want to see a reindeer, you have to come to Aspen.


In January, Tony & Michael did just that.

(The reindeer was thrilled too; there aren't many

Tony & Michaels at the T-Lazy-7 ranch in Aspen.)


But the local wildlife was only the start of the excitement. Next came the skiing!



There was also a hike along the Difficult Campground trail with Mary Liz:

  Breakfast at the Wienerstube:  

And a wonderful birthday lunch for Eric Smith at the Pine Creek Cook-house in the backcountry beyond the ghost town of Ashcroft.





Having mastered the art of downhill skiing, Tony & Michael next perfected the art of cross-country skiing.


Another day we all had lunch at the Sundeck up on the roof of Aspen Mountain.


Much too soon the time came for Tony & Michael to climb back into their rental car and head to Denver.


Which would have been very

sad, except that they promised

to come back again soon.





updated 08/05/07