Dick and Margaret (Miggs) Durrance discuss skiing during the 1930's through the 1950's around the United States, World and Aspen, Colorado. They describe how Alice Chair was the reason Women's sking in the states became competitive and the introduction of Friedl Pfeifer to Miggs and womens racing in the states. They talk about their role in the film and photography world of skiing, and how the films and documentaries were shot. They discuss their involvement in starting Alta ski area as well as A-Basin. They describe their time with the Aspen Ski Company, the 1950 FIS World Championship and working with the Paepckes during the 40's and 50's. They also talk about how ski runs were developed in the early days on Aspen Mountain compared to the issues ski areas faced in later years.