Scott is from the Midwest, his hometown of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin and he grew up enjoying the outdoors with his family and friends. His family relocated to Nebraska, where he attended school and started his career in the Hospitality Management. In 1999 he and his family visited Colorado for the first time, and he knew right away this was going to be his new chapter in life. "I have never seen mountains before this trip and the scenery around every turn just made me want to be part of Colorado and experience more." He transferred to Denver three months later.
He met his wife Hannelore in Denver and they would go out on day trips to the High Country to explore the mountains and meet new people across Colorado. They took a trip up Highway 285 one summer in 2000 and it took them to the historical mining town Fairplay. They rolled though the high chaparral of Park County and up Hoosier Pass. "The amazing vistas from the top looking down on the valley floor left me stunned and in awe." They headed down Highway 9 into Breckenridge. "It started to thunder and soon it rained. A few minutes later the rain stopped and the sun came back out. The clouds hung low on the Ten Mile Range making the peaks look enormous. Hidden behind the clouds was a fresh layer of snow above tree line. It was a very magical moment for us both."
"The endless mountain bike trails, the smell of the pines next to their favorite fishing ponds and the snowy evenings that make for extreme powder days on the mountain were all reasons to purchase our first mountain home." This was the lifestyle they were looking for all along and they made the move to Breckenridge and later purchased in Fairplay.
"I have learned it's the people here that make this community very special. These new friends I have made, I call my family. Everywhere you go, you run into people that are from the High County or want live here. My passion is to show you the hidden treasures and how to live on vacation. This is why I call Colorado my home."