The Start of 2017

Telluride saw 95 inches of snow in the first month of 2017, the snowiest January in 40 years. This was followed by record high temperatures in the first weeks of February, which made for a bit of an early mud season but spectacular skiing!

Aside from weather, another interesting and now familiar sight in Gray Head is our resident bobcat. He (she?) has been spotted, photographed and videoed by many Homeowners.  (photo above courtesy of T. Catsman)

Our stormy month of January dished up every kind and combination of winter weather. This slideshow captures some of that:


Stay tuned for a report on the final weeks of the ski season, the start of spring and, hopefully, more wildlife sightings!


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