Thomas Jefferson (that’s him sitting on the doggie poop bag dispenser) oversees the courtyard making sure the dogs of Mazama clean up after themselves..
What did the one snow blob say to the other snow blob? Nice beard sir.
Blob conversation, very common in Mazama
At the very least, come ski with me. The Happiest face of all!
Come ski with me
It was all wood and wool (and smiles, of course) at the Vintage Ski Festival this year held in our very own courtyard!! Skiers are judged on style (loads of wool) and authentic gear and how fast one can move on wooden ski’s waxed with natural pine tar! It was a very fun event complete with Scandinavian Blueberry Soup, Hot Cider and a nice bonfire.
Flash Clark and Dave Ford skied remarkably fast and came sliding in for a one, two finish. Chad Gregg looked smashing while dashing for a 4th place finish. Make this an event you come to spectate next year or better yet, ski!!!
Starting lineup for the vintage ski festival
Chad Gregg with a wooden pole finish
Vintage Murals painted by local students
Come check out our beautiful hand painted murals in the courtyard! MVSTA commisioned local High School students from Liberty Bell HS to paint these murals as a trailhead project. The murals will grace our coutyard for a couple of weeks before they will be permanantly installed at the Winthrop Town Trailhead. Come enjoy them while we have them as they are beautiful!!! Also, they are displayed as part of the Vintage Ski Fest which takes place on December 27th in the Mazama Store courtyard as well. Enjoy, enjoy this joyous season!!!
Chocolate Pecan cookies for our Gluten-Free holiday cookie box!
Our Chocolate Pecan cookies happen to be gluten free, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t enjoyed by those without a gluten issue! They are delicious! Mazama Store is offering a gluten free cookie box for the holidays. The box includes our famous chocolate pecan, chocolate chip macaroons and peppermint meringues. Treat yourself to something special and order your gluten free box today!!
We are thankful to our Veterans whose service and sacrifice for our country is humbling, to say the least. Mazama held its annual dedication ceremony led by Randy Picklesimer with flag raising by Sam King and Rudy Peterson. A nice gathering of 20 or so community members stood in awe – Thank you Veterans!!!
L to R, Frank Mally, Red McComb, Koko Blakeslee, Al Blakeslee, Bob Spiwak, Doug Devin, Eric Burr, Rudy Peterson, Bill Imes, Sam King