Sanctuaries in the Snow

The Fisher Davis Britt Memorial Plaque (Aspen Mountain)

The Fisher Davis Britt Memorial Plaque is on Aspen Mountain.  This obituary appeared in the March 29, 2016 Aspen Times:

"Each new life, no matter how brief, forever changes the world."
On March 22, 2016, shortly after taking his first breaths, Fisher Davis Britt left our world for his next great adventure.
Fisher was the beloved son of Jennifer Davis and Michael Britt, and the younger brother of Lily, Shane, and Ella Britt. He was cherished by his grandparents, great-grandparents, cousins, aunts, uncles, and friends.
Fisher's brave life touched many people. We love him deeply, and the purity of his soul will forever remind us to live our lives fully and love one another completely.
Fisher will live on through his heart valves, which were donated to those who needed them.
Fisher will also continue to live through us.
We will see Fisher in the Alpenglow as it dances across snow-covered peaks.
We will feel Fisher in the fresh snow of a cold winter morning.
We will find Fisher in the bright colors of the smallest of wildflowers.
Fisher's courage, innocence, and love will live in our hearts forever.
Six photos are below (click on images to enlarge).  Photo credit:  Mike Britt.  Also, this item is part of a Facebook photo album that covers various signs and plaques on Aspen Mountain (you do not need to have a Facebook account in order to view the album):

And here is another photo of Mike Britt.  Click on image to enlarge, and see this video:


Fisher was the grandson of Lynn Britt.  See this page on this web site for the Lynn Britt Cabin: