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Mountain Mayhem: Feeling ‘22

May Selby
Mountain Mayhem
Social influencer Marla Meridith spends a few fun days in Aspen away from her mountain town, Telluride.
This fun group of friends who went to Wharton Business School back in the day painted the town red last weekend on a guys’ ski trip to Aspen - Tripp, Cliff, Ryan, Brett, Steve, James, Justin and Dave. Missing from photo - Nimesh, Mark, Michah and Brian.
Aspen Snowmass hosted an Olympic send-off party for local athletes Hanna Faulhaber, Alex Ferreira and Haley Swirlbul and the community came out in droves.
Rachel Rankin celebrates her 40th birthday alongside her husband, George Nettles.
Sarah Manning and Lea Tucker with mom-to-be Kim Edwards at an outdoor baby shower celebrating her soon-to-arrive baby boy!
Virginia McNellis and Kim Edwards with baby boy cookies at Kim’s baby shower.
Rachel Rankin surrounded by friends and family on her 40th birthday ski day on Ajax!

Greg Rose, Megan O’Neil and Corey Reardon arriving at Pine Creek Cookhouse on a snowy January evening.
Jon Koch, Craig Tansley and Colton Black toast in a speakeasy in Aspen.

As the talented Taylor Swift famously croons, “I don’t know about you, but I’m feeling 22, everything will be alright if you keep me next to you,” on her track “22,” I feel like the same sentiment can be applied to the year we’ve just begun.

We’re off to a great start with successful events from the 45th annual Aspen Gay Ski Week to X Games Aspen, which intersected this year due to the Olympics and it was a surprisingly seamless match. Add to that the scores of celebrations from baby showers to ski trips with business school friends to birthday parties to an Olympic athlete send-off ceremony and more.



Next up on the calendar: the Bengals vs. the Rams at the Super Bowl, the Beijing Olympics, Valentine’s Day soirées and more!


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