(Last Updated On: January 31, 2018)
It’s been a long time since we’ve updated the site. No, it’s not because we haven’t been doing anything cool. It’s because we haven’t had time to post about anything cool that we’re doing!
Sure, winter has been slow to arrive. Snow is sparse in a lot of places, especially in Central and Southern Colorado. But the northern half of the state is holding relatively strong. And there’s pretty darn good skiing up there. We even had a chance to enjoy it!
The truth is, we’ve been busy. We’ve been busy on our many book tour events, having fun socializing with our friends and fans. We have been busy selling and shipping our new guidebook. We’ve been busy moving into our new condo. And we’ve been busy enjoying time with family. We are always pretty darn busy. But, in case you didn’t get it, we’ve been busier than normal. And something had to give for a while. What happened to be sacrificed was our website.
But just for a bit! With our book tour events winding down for the season, and winter winding up, we have adventures to share. We also have loads of reviews to do from all of our research during Outdoor Retailer / SIA. So, don’t worry. We’re not going away! We are here to stay!
Before we move on and return to all of our normal sort of things, we wanted to reach out to all of you and thank you. Our sales for our new guidebook have been amazing. So amazing, in fact, that Mountaineers books is in the process of doing a second printing. And the truth is, we wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for all of your support! So whether your friend, the fan, or family, thank you for all you have done to support us!
Here’s to winter! And let’s hope that we get more snow soon. Because we still have a lot of playing to do for the season!
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