Discussion in 'Events and Activities' started by Teresa, Oct 17, 2008.
I'll bring gallon size baggies to use as rainboots.
gallon size baggies over the feet will be like a rain forest inside the boots. Just say no. Wear flip flops and wool socks.
We want to make a fashion statement. Quit ruining our fun.
..what a bunch of spoilsports these boys are. I am going with socks and crocs.
"My raincoat is Hefty and my footwear is Ziploc...."
Red Gold doesn't suck Check out Ben's blog entry.
Click on the salmon to watch the trailer
Last night was wonderful- even with the rain! We hunkered down and watched one great film after another. I don't remember all the names, but I LOVED the Drexel NC barbershop movie, also the guy skiing in 1/2 inch powder.
Hey JohnR- is the hippo movie by the same people that did the Fig Wasp last year?
Tonight will be amazing - Red Gold is not to be missed. Dylan and Sarah, 2 Alaskans in the film, are here with their beautiful 20 month old son. I was lucky enough to meet them last night- great people! They will be at Mtn. Film tonight, so be sure and give them a warm welcome!
Tonight will also be cold - winter coats, sleeping bags, wool blankies are definitely the way to go!
i loved it.
We did too. It looks like the most beautiful swimming hole in the world- hippo dung and all.
photos - http://sowal.com/photos-110708.html
MountainFilm in the rain...
I can't stop thinking about the hippos.
I wisely did not wear mascara tonight- I very predictably got all weepy duringRed Gold. Dylan, Sarah, and baby Finn were the perfect ambassadors for Bristol Bay Alaska. We wish they could stay a few days longer and take a little break!
The elephant film was wonderful.
Mountain Film seems to get better every year.
It might. Or maybe your mind is expanding.
Thanks to everyone at MountainFilm (especially our John R)! This event is truly one of the best things that happens along 30A and it's a time to give a shout out to WC and St. Joe for the partnership that allows us all to sit out under the stars in the beauty of Marina Park!
Sunday after MF always feels a bit like the day after Christmas. But, once again I have been inspired to do further reasearch on some topics that touched my heart.
This year, it was the beautiful elephant. http://www.mountainfilm.org/festival/2008/schedule/films/losing_the_elephants/index.html
Does anyone know what the website was for learning more about this effort?
Bravo MountainFilm...see you next year!
I couldn't agree more, Kitty. Big thanks and gratitude to Telluride Mtn Film, the film makers, St Joe, WaterColor, John R, Jimmy, Justin, all of the key staff and crew, Monark (events planning), and volunteers.
We are so grateful to have Mtn Film on tour at WaterColor.
Love this pic
I was trying to remember the same thing.
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Wow.....What a great event the festival was --I have lived here 4 years and never attended until last night! Setting was great, saw lots of Sowallers (well, all the tree huggers anyway : ) this just shows you really how many different, varied, and funn things there are to do here on 30A. Mark my calender for next year!
And now I really "get" John R.'s sig. regarding No Pebble Mines-- very moving flick.
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