There are 50 images loading onto this page. Yeah, I know -- I'm breaking all the rules of good web design but just please be patient while this loads down into your machine. The images can be made larger for viewing online or they can be saved and stored on your computer. These images can be printed on most color printers and they can also be saved onto storage media for photographic prints.

By simply clicking on any image on this page, you will be able to view a full size copy of that image.

If you wish to save an image to your computer, follow these instructions:

If you are using a Windows computer, position the mouse pointer over the image, click the right mouse button, and select "Save image as..." from the menu that appears. Then select "Desktop" from the top of the "Save in" pull-down menu in the "Save as..." dialog box. Enter a file name, if you wish, that appears in the "File name" text box, and click the "Save" button.

If you are using a Macintosh, hold down the Control key while clicking on the picture, release the control key, and choose "Save this image as..." from the menu that appears. This can also be done by positioning the mouse pointer over the picture, then clicking the mouse button and holding it down for a few seconds. Then click the "Desktop" button, enter a file name, if you wish, in the "Save image as:" text box, and click the "Save" button.

This page has been assembled for the benefit of those who skied with Marvin during the third week of February 2006. Please note that all rights to these images are reserved, and these images may not be used, published, or distributed commercial purposes without expressed written permission.










It was hard and rigorous training. Expert coaching and encouragement was provided by our friend, Max...

Some of us just did not get enough training and felt we could have had another "shot" at it. But we took in whatever we could and we became ready. Satisfied that we were ready for the challenge, Marvin prepared to lead us thru the bumps...

As the Martini Tree has consistently done for years, our time there gave us courage...








      




      









      

Clearly, Taos Ski Valley is a very special place...









© 2006 the leakyboat