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Sunday, February 26, 2012

Some Powder Snowboarding in Steamboat Springs with Heather Brown


We have been enjoying a nice relaxing week in Steamboat Springs Colorado for the last leg of our US Mainland Tour/Vacation.
We arrived in Steamboat just as 50 inches of fresh new snow fell in 48 hours time! It was the largest accumulation in 48 hours on record! We have had such great luck on this trip with snow and weather considering how poor of an early season it was around the states for snow and we have been extremely appreciative and taking full advantage of our great luck.
Chest high powder riding in wide open bowls and through the beautiful tree runs that Steamboat is so well known for was such a great experience. Unfortunately, 2 days in to Steamboat I came down with a pretty nasty bug so I have been a bit sidelined, but it is still beautiful to look out the windows, drink hot tea and see snow all around and the cute little chipmunks and birds frolicking in the snow covered trees.
Chris and I also celebrated our 1 year wedding anniversary on the 22nd filled with cold medicine, hot tea and bad tv!
Soon back off to home on the North Shore of Oahu in Hawai'i to prepare for my upcoming show at The Heather Brown Gallery in Daikanyama, Tokyo, Japan which will take place the weekend of the 25th of March to celebrate the gallery's 3 year Anniversary! I am so happy and proud that my gallery has been a success for the past 3 years and we now even have added some guest artists into the mix to showcase different views of surf art to the country of Japan.
Here are a few pictures from Steamboat Springs, Colorado:

What it looks like on the mountain after 50 inches of snow in 48 hours, Steamboat Springs Colorado

Big Icicle Outside Our Room in Steamboat Springs Colorado

The Slope that brings us back to our room at Steamboat Springs, Colorado

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