I’ve been skiing since I was 3. If they had made small video cameras in the late 70s and early 80s, I probably would have started making poorly-edited videos then. As it is, we didn’t really get cameras one would want to ski with until about…say…2003?.

The videos got marginally better.

And some tell a story.

I’m rarely in them, because I’m the one holding the camera.

For 13 years, we’ve been taking a guy’s trip. Most of those videos look the same. (Only, we’ve gotten older and slower).

This year, I bought a new camera. Which was billed as the ultimate skiing camera. Stick it to anything…helmet, pole, even your boot. So I did.

It fell off. After some searching, I figured I’d never see it again. Little did I know, my camera was off having its own vacation.

Help me find the this group! In addition to looking like a lot of fun, they took my camera on a fun-packed day, filmed their adventure and —above all —were kind enough to turn it into the lost and found. It doesn’t get much cooler than that.

But who where they….?

who were they? from Nick Dawson on Vimeo.