It won’t be long before Winter of Wells episode 11 is sprawling across the internet. It’s currently rendering and compressing, I will start distributing it shortly. To keep you on your heels, here is a few more snaps from my favorite camera the 5dmkII. Check back to the blog to see WOW11 when it drops.
Bruce on the phone, I can’t say enough about this man, he is one inspirational character with stories and knowledge for years.
Byron mid orange juice and txt in the hallway.
I had some sorta obsession with this hallway, it had crazy lights and wallpaper that stopped me every time I walked through it.
This pretty much sums up our week at the Matterhorn inn. Myself, Jossi, Bruce and Byron crammed in a small room, sleep talking, spooning, it all went down.
Out of all the places that I’ve stayed on my travels, the Matterhorn Inn is definitely memorable. Its an old run down hotel thats been slightly renovated but still carries its character. The Owner Joe ( Pictured above, far right ) is some sort of legend in Vermont, and loves the Wells. I wanted to include a little seggy in WOW11 on the Matterhorn Inn, but didn’t quite have room.
We hired an f150 for the week, it was amazing having a big truck ( Check wow11 for a couple of go pro travel shots ) I couldn’t resist a nice cheesy family port against the SUV. ( From left Bruce, Jossi, Byron )
Jossi took home the Dew Cup for halfpipe, one amazing achievement, check the WOW 11 when its out to see what went down!
Andreas Hatveit cleaned up with the Dew Slope Cup, Best Male Athlete & Rookie of the year. Ridiculous!
To top it all off, Elias Ambuhl also took home best emerging talent. Thats team Atomic sweeping the awards right there!
Time to leave the East coast, on another over crowded plane with no room for on board baggage and dirty windows.
On the flight from Hartford – Charlotte we got a clear view of New York City, a truly incredible sight.