Building an Ice Rink, Coyotes, and More…

Science, Art, Nature & Luck

To build an ice rink on a south facing mesa above 9,000 feet requires some ice making know-how (science?), combined with a few seasons of trial & error (learning the art), some help from mother nature (temps below freezing), and a bit of luck! Our ice building project for 2014/15 began December 1. Here’s how it went:

Coyotes and More…

A coyote sighting is not uncommon in our neighborhood but to capture one on camera is challenging. Terry Catsman managed to do just that…  here are her exceptional images of this elusive creature:

Snowshoe Tours: Interested in a taking a guided snowshoe tour in the Telluride or Lizard Head region? I highly recommend “Wild Hare Snowshoe Tours“. They offer full & half day tours as well as moonlight tours. For more information call: (970) 728-5465 or (800) 294-9269.

Telluride Sleighs & WagonsTake a sleigh ride, enjoy a Basque dinner, and learn about the history of Aldasoro in our own backyard.

The Butcher & the Baker CafeCheck out the newly reopened and greatly expanded cafe – now open for dinner too!

Hope to see many of you here again soon to enjoy the last of winter and start of spring. But, before you come, please do a snow dance for us… we could use a refresher!


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