Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Street People


What was the most fun thing
that you did this summer?

 

“I bought a Ketchum condo in June and now I’m working every minute of every day to pay for it.”

Charlotte Gourlay, Ketchum ski coach

 


 

“I just retired, so I’m having nothing but fun. We’ve been traveling, like taking the train from Seattle to Santa Barbara, and we’re going to Boston to participate in a conference.”

Clem Pellett, Ketchum retiree


“I went on a cruise to Bermuda for a wedding. I’ve never been on a cruise before and it was wonderful. It was also a great wedding and a fun drunken experience.”

Rachel Caroline, Ketchum princess

 


 

“Come to Ketchum and tomorrow I’m going river rafting on the Payette and I’m petrified.” 

Kendra Kamholtz (right), Virginia Beach executive

“Same answer, but I’m not petrified.”

Kerry Turner (left), Virginia Beach adventure seeker

 


 

“I got out of the smoke and went snowboarding at Mount Hood and had bluebird days.”

Zach Venzon, Idaho boy

 


 

“I’m finally getting to see what I’m breathing.”

Rich Allen, Ketchum businessman

 


 

“I welcomed my handsome grandson, Owen Taylor McNulty into this wonderful world.”

Amy Taylor, Sun Valley photographer

 


 

“Toots and the Maytals concert at Atkinson Park.”

Andy Berman, Longtime local and reggae lover

 


 

“It’s still going to happen for me at Baron Lakes in the Sawtooths.”

Peter Stearns, Hailey resident

 


 

“My husband, Kurt, and I climbed McGowan Peak above Stanley Lake, came down, swam and then had dinner at Smiley Creek and finished the day off camping north of Ketchum on the Big Wood River. We drank wine, slept in our camper van and drove to work the next day.”

Kaz Thea, Hailey local

 




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