Showing posts from February, 2013

Ski Season In Colorado

The mountains of Colorado are covered in a white blanket of snow.
Outside my window it is so quiet and it feels so pristine... unspoiled wilderness in black and white colors, sprinkled in pure white.

We try to ski three times per week, and when we are not on the slopes, I spend my days in the studio painting.

When we do not ski, Jules is busy planning our upcoming five weeks trip to the largely unvisited country of Korea.
Of course many people visit the big cities of Korea, but they do not roam far into the countryside which offers many national parks in which one can hike up to ancient Buddhist temples and enjoy the serenity and scenery.

Meanwhile, it is a good ski season in Colorado.
It started a bit slow with very little snowfall, but now by the end of February, the slopes are covered with snow.

Sometime we stay after skiing to dine in one of the fabulous restaurants in Vail.
The food is fresh, artistically made and very creative.

One of the cutest thing about ski season, is to s…