PSA – Slow Groovin’ Barbecue is open – Marble, Colorado


Post by WildSnow.com blogger | May 3, 2013      

Slow Groovin today. Of course we were the first customers of spring 2013. Our own local version.

Slow Groovin today. Of course we were the first paying customers of spring 2013, and we didn't even plan it. This is our own local version of a European trailhead gasthaus.

You can still backcountry ski in the Marble area (Colorado, USA), and now you can quaff Stella paired with fine and reasonably priced victuals after your corn ski. Hours will be 7×7 for the summer, 11:00-9:00. Due to a refreshing layer of new snow we figure the spring skiing conditions might be good for a few more days, before our dread dust layer comes to the surface.

Lisa had the tasty 'caveman toothpicks' consisting of high quality sirloin with secret sauce, slow grooved to perfection.

Lisa had the tasty 'caveman toothpicks' consisting of high quality sirloin with secret sauce, slow grooved to perfection. I'll testify.

Comments

3 Responses to “PSA – Slow Groovin’ Barbecue is open – Marble, Colorado”

  1. George May 3rd, 2013 6:37 pm

    Great beta (bier and charred flesh)…I am in.

  2. Pete H May 6th, 2013 9:44 am

    Nice, Lou. There’s nothing wrong with snow-chilled beers and a bag of Doritos by the truck at the end of the day but I’ll take the more civilized European model when possible.

  3. Joe John May 6th, 2013 1:29 pm

    As said on pulp fiction… “Oh man I am going, that is all there is to it!”

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