Can you feel the lull? There’s less hustle and bustle, a bit more breathing room, and a lot less frenzy. It seems like the perfect time to slow things down and take in the local offerings. I think I’ll start with a glass of red wine. The cheap stuff, because I don’t know the difference.
Pretend like you’re European (maybe you are) and take a long leisurely lunch, start with a wine tasting and winery tour at Carboy Winery in Breckenridge. Their wine experts can tell you the difference. RSVP here- Breckenridge@carboywinery.com, or call 970-771-3944. Tastings and tours start at noon and 3 pm everyday for $25 a head.
Now that you’re pleasantly buzzed and well fed, get creative with your friends. Breck Create hosts a variety of artistic classes for all tastes- maybe do the welding class once that buzz wears off.
If indoor art isn’t your thing take advantage of the warming weather, tie a fly and fish one of Summit County’s many rivers and streams. Breckenridge Outfitters– one of the most decorated Orvis endorsed Outfitters in the country- has rentals, guides, packages, and the knowledge to get you into the river without a fuss.