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Doing it His Way: Mayor Christof Brownell of Taos Ski Valley | By Snowsports Journalist Daniel Gibson | Note: Be sure to check current conditions at the bottom of the story, including news on opening at Pajarito Mountain. His is the classic case of the outsider becoming the insider, the person with no authority becoming the authority. Christof Brownell was a lucky kid. Born and raised in Taos Ski Valley, he is the older of two sons of Elisabeth and … Read More