Summer Turns to Fall

The annual TFF Patron’s Brunch was a SHOWstopper… perfect weather and a great group of homeowners and their guests in attendance. The Brunch is a fantastic way to kick off the Film Festival and showcase the beauty of Gray Head. These slides capture some of our local stars and exceptional views.


Other NEWS & HIGHLIGHTS of Summer:  
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The meadow that we once called “Roudy’s Pasture” is now home to Telluride Wranglers – nice to see horses back on this picturesque landscape. 

One of the highlights of summer are the regional farmers that come to town with their organic produce. In addition to the Friday market,  the Spruce St. Mall (park next to Butcher & Baker) has a farmer’s stand 3 days a week: Mountain Top from Mancos, Borden Farms and Z’s Orchard. Get it while you can… this may be the last week!

Fawn at our tennis court earlier this summer

FALL: The autumnal equinox has passed and it’s officially fall – snow on the high peaks surrounded by colorful foliage define the season. This iconic visual is now in full swing as photographers flock to Last Dollar Road to shoot this spectacular display of colors and contrasts.

Fall is also the time to shut down summer infrastructure in Gray Head and prepare for winter. Tennis screens get rolled up, water systems shut down, gardens cut back, and mowers put away.  Our thoughts will soon turn to plowing snow and making ice… but first some Indian summer and October “off-season”  before the holidays and onset of winter commence. Till then…


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