Ryan Thorp, 6, of Peyton, slides down the hill Saturday at the Not-So-Winter Festival at Wyman Museum. Ryan came to the event with her uncle, Nate Jones, of Steamboat Springs, who said he and his family come to the museum’s winter festival every year. “This is good times, for sure,” the 33-year-old said.
Jessica Whitecotton, 6, of Hayden, steadies her pole with help from her grandfather, Gabriel Daigle, of Craig, during a children’s ice fishing derby Saturday at the museum.
Marilyn Murphy, of Craig, stirs a pot full of white chicken chili made by Craig resident Maria Fuller, not pictured, Saturday during a chili cook-off hosted by the Craig Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors. Eleven contestants entered the competition this year.
Jeff Thorp, of Peyton, drives a circa-1980 John Deere Spitfire on Saturday during the antique snowmobile show at Wyman Museum’s Not-So-Winter Festival. His daughter, Ryan Thorp, 6, drives a 1972 Kitty Cat, a tyke-sized snowmobile made by Arctic Cat.
Wally and Amos, a pair of Percheron draft horses owned by Greg Kearns, of Elizabeth, take a breather Saturday after running an obstacle course during Wyman Museum’s Not-So-Winter Festival. The event was a new addition to the museum’s annual winter festivities.
Lennie Gillam, center, tries to keep the puck away from a Routt County defender Saturday during a pond puck hockey game at Wyman Museum’s Not-So-Winter Festival. Hockey players from Craig and Routt County, including members of Craig’s Puck Ewes women’s hockey team, went toe-to-toe on the ice.