The ski tribe met yesterday at Bridger Bowl for Bob and Zoe’s wedding. It snowed all week, so conditions were prime. The day went like this:
10 a.m. 50 people in once piece ski suits hiked the Ridge and skied soft powder together off the Nose. It was dumping.
10:30 a.m. More skiing. Still dumping.
11:30 a.m. Coffee and cookies in Deer Park Chalet. The guys with the Gore Tex North Face climbing one-pieces from the early ’90s were clearly the most dialed. Everyone else steamed as our suits dried off.
noon Bronco bump off. 75 people in one piece suits skied Bronco simultaneously, Aspen Extreme style. Total mayhem. I couldn’t stop laughing. That might be as much fun as you can possibly have on skis.
2 p.m. Zoe skied down the aisle formed by 150 of her friends and family, all sporting one pieces. She held hands with both of her parents, and looked amazing in a white Bogner suit, a fur-lined hood, and a gorgeous smile. At the end of the ceremony, when she and Bob kissed, it started snowing like three inches an hour.
Let the heavens unleash for love and powder.
The talented Bozeman photographer Dan Armstrong took pics of the day. Check out his photos of the crew here.