We couldn’t be more thankful for the epic winter moisture we’be been blessed with this season. And now, the impending mud season is upon us. Let’s face it, mud season has it’s challenges but we are so dang lucky to live where we do that we can probably put on a smile and hang in there for a few weeks. Our friends at 360 Durango have some great ideas for weathering this special type of storm…
As an outdoor business it may not be a surprise that Durango Outdoor Exchange prioritizes our team’s love of the outdoors. But as a Sustainable Business we not only support our team’s outdoor passions and time to pursue them, but we take it one step further by being closed one day a week on Sunday’s.
Obviously with a name like Durango Outdoor Exchange, we love the great outdoors. Every time we bring our paddle boards (SUPs) out to the Animas River with our kids or hike the Colorado high country to escape the summer heat and be wowed by the explosion of flowers in bloom, we recommit to saving our home and planet for future generations.
As our kids grew into and out of ski clothes, sandals, jackets (and everything else really), it has been perfect to have Chase and Jen’s shop to move them up to the next size. I can’t, admittedly, say it has just been good for the kids.