From March 14th to March 28 we got more than twelve feet of snow at 6200' in Lake Tahoe. I came straight home from Silverton to a winter wonderland. It felt like we were living in a snow globe. White flakes never stopped falling from the sky. Roofs were cracking from the weight of the snow. Sheriffs were knocking at peoples doors in Squaw Valley telling them to evacuate because of high avalanche danger. It was all time and in no way does this photo represent the amount of snow we got, I just happened to like it.
Following a snow-filled winter that took the crew on epic journeys across the globe, the Colorado-based filmmakers at Matchstick Productions are excited to release the first theatrical trailer for RUIN AND ROSE today in advance of their upcoming ski film. The new movie promises viewers much more than just skiing, with riveting narrative scenes filmed in the barren desert landscapes of Africa. The dramatic film preview is available to watch now at SkiMovie.com.
The mountains are beginning to show signs of snow up high, most of the premieres have come and gone, A Basin and Killington are blowing snow. This can mean only one thing, opening day will be here soon. All summer … Continued