Our Friends
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We have known Jo Ann for almost as long as we’ve been in Telluride… And she’s now one of our dearest friends. We’ve seen her family grow over the years, to include the next generation, with the addition of her 3 amazing grandsons. Jo Ann has been dabbling in real estate here, there and everywhere, but she’s always had a special place for Telluride in her heart! She currently has a beautiful home in Aldasoro, with one of the most spectacular views in Telluride. Jo Ann and Bryson now reside largely in Laguna Beach, California, but we always look forward to catching up when they get back here.

Aizik has been coming to Telluride for years, but now he's in heaven in his new home in Aldasaro Ranch. The views are expansive and breathtaking through every window and his home is one of a kind. A perfect match. Then you add the world class wine collection to the mix, and when we go over to Aizik's house, we never want to leave!

Angela and James live up in Fort Collins, but make the pilgrimage back to Telluride for Bluegrass every year. Look for them in the crowd! Here's a picture of their growing family: baby Jocelyn with her back to us, Sorin the 10 year old sweet boy soon to be adolescent, and Brooklyn, an adorable 4 year old who was needing to get caught up on her sleep in this picture! The Mitchells still have an address in Rico and lots of friends scattered throughout the valley. To the right, we still need the presence of Ed and Leslee on our site, though these pics are old now (Sorin is the toddler in these pictures!). We haven't seen them in a while, but they're still in our memories of late nights at Honga's!

Bill and Laura hail from Vermont, but they have really been Telluride locals of sorts for the past 20 years! 2014 was a milestone year for the Powers though, because they finally made the move to become full-time residents in Telluride. They purchased a new Cassidy Ridge condominium and now the real settling in begins. Welcome to the neighborhood Bill & Laura!

Kerri and Glen come to Telluride to escape the big city (and the heat) of Phoenix. Their dog, Cali, is their constant companion and gets to ride shotgun in the BMW on the road trip up to the mountains. So when Kerri is not travelling to compete with her horses they come to Telluride for skiing, hiking (and biking for beginners). So you'll either find them having a huge breakfast at the Blue Jay before taking on the activity of the day, or at their slopeside condominium in Mountain Village.

Romo on the Beach
When not working at the office, Romo enjoys off-season in the Bahamas.

Ron is an old friend, and we mean old! Steve's highschool pal came to Telluride to see fall colors. They hit it right on the money, the entire valley was shimmering gold.

Steve at his Aspen ski school in the 70's


Steve has recently re-connected with an old highschool friend who now lives in Denver. Mike, and his wife Pam, came to Telluride for the infamous 4th of July festivities... parade, picnic, fireworks. The weekend ended with a huge breakfast at the Blue Jay for the roadtrip back to Denver.

Ed and Leslee came to Telluride years ago. They started with a ski in/ski out townhome, then moved to a single family home at the top of San Joaquin in Mountain Village. Though their time in Telluride is just for visiting these days, their daughter, Angela, is still a part-timer here in the area, with a property in Rico. Ed and Leslee are now calling Atlanta home, but you just never know where they'll end up. Come back soon you two, the mojitos (and we)are calling you!

The Williams clan (and we do mean "clan") have been making their way to Telluride from Little Rock for 15 years now. Having started in a ski in/ski out townhome, they decided they needed more room for the expanding circle of family (now 3 generations), and friends, so they built their current residence at the top of Mountain Village. It's a magnificent home, and they head to Telluride to enjoy it as much as they can!

618 Mountain Village Blvd, Suite 200E, Telluride, CO 81435
Email: steve.telluride@gmail.com