Noses drip with frosty accumulation. Gloves are packed with snow. Hats of various designs cover heads of different shapes and sizes. Full winter fashion is the trend to keep the little ones warm and older ones warmer. Between the slits of caps and muffs are the glow of red cheeks and the grins that expand [...]
There is a reason why I love photography over video. With a series of photographs there is anticipation of what will happen next. Wikipedia tells us that snow tubing is rumored to have begun as far back as the 1820s in the Alpine Mountains. Gravity propels the tuber to the bottom of the hill and [...]
Snow in the Air by Raymond A. FossSnow in the air long before the first flakes started their long fall from the heavens snow in the feel, the smell, the texture of the air feeling the falling barometer the shift in the weather Falling lightly at first, while I stood at the sink, mesmerized, watching [...]
Ice skaters shoveled a series of loop paths on Echo Lake for skating. Everyone is welcome to try the ice. .
Jaclyn Kleckner and Dennis Kleckner also pictured Photos by Kristine Purrington
In the heart of downtown Pagosa Springs families and visitors alike will enjoy our free skating pond and sledding hill at Reservoir Hill. Ice Skating The Town of Pagosa Springs maintains the ponds behind River Center for ice skating. When the ice is at least 4″ thick, ice skating is allowed. There is no fee [...]