Williams Snow Outing

This year’s Mormon Lake January winter outing morphed into a Williams snow camp combined with a BeariZona park tour by day, and Ft. TutHill Snow Park tubing adventure by night.  When we discovered the sledding hill in Williams contained a line of humans all the way back into town, the boys pivoted and instead geocached during the morning, spent the afternoon with a myriad of wild animals in natural habitats, with handlers, and in zoo-like settings at BeariZona in the afternoon.  That night we then traveled up to Flagstaff and went tube-bombing down the groomed snowy mountain in the dark at 7,000 feet with the moon shining above and strings of neon lights surrounding us.  After totally exhausting ourselves, then refortifying with hot chocolate, we headed back to the warm KOA campground laundry room, and fought our way through a rousing game of liars’ dice late into the night.  By then time we turned into our bedrolls once again on the crusty snow, we were so buzzed from all the events of the day, that we were much too beat to be cold at 20something degrees.

Riding the whirly snow ponies
Are those attack ravens? Lighters at 20 paces, aaaannnd DRAW!
Point me to the sledding!
In search of…………Geocaches
Hangin’ with the Big Bears.
Proud purchase – Dakota Dan furry hat
RoadKill seasoning for burgers, which then fell off the table while open to become roadkill itself
Ready to try on the Black Diamond hill for size
Belly moguls are pretty fun, too!

One more hand of Liars’ Dice may have been one too many!