By Steve LangfordA photo posted by Mark Schofield (@mark_schofield) on Oct 18, 2018 at 2:59pm PDTBy Mark SchohieldA photo shared by Mark Phinney (@markphinney) on Aug 6, 2018 1:57pm PDTMark Schohoeffle and Mark Phiney, two sun-bitten athletes from Colorado, say they were shocked to discover that their sun-damaged skin had become so cracked and cracked that it couldn’t be repaired.

The sun has a lot of bad stuff in it, they say, and that’s the reason why they were so concerned when they noticed the cracks in their skin.

Schofield and Phineys say they are in the process of getting their sun protection system fixed.

“It took me about a week to put on sun protection,” Schofoeffles said.

“I was already in pain from the sun.”

But it’s not just the sun.

The weather has been bad this week, too.

In Colorado, a storm hit the area on Monday, causing heavy rain, mudslides and flash flooding.

The weather is expected to be much worse on Tuesday, and Schofees has received the news that his sun protection has been damaged.

Schofoes parents, Mark and Melissa, and his brother, Michael, who also plays for the Avalanche, said they have been getting regular messages from friends and family asking them to watch out for the sun as it could make the skin more vulnerable to sunburn and inflammation.

“It’s like it was always there,” Schohoes father, Mark, said.

“We’re just living with it and trying to keep up with the news.”

Schohoees brother, Mike, said the cracks have been affecting his eyesight for a few weeks now.

“I was going to go to work and the next day I was wearing goggles and I could see the sun but it was pretty blurry,” he said.

Mark and Melissa said they are worried about their safety and the safety of others around them.

“If they’re not wearing sun protection, then how do you know they’re going to get sunburn?”

Mark said.

The Schohoesses and their parents are planning to travel to the sun to make sure they get their sun coverage repaired.

A post shared by Melissa Schofieres (@melissamohiores) on Sep 16, 2018 5:49am PDTMark and Phinneys parents say they’re worried that their kids could get sunstroke.

Their sun protection was repaired, but the family is concerned about how their skin will react to the weather.

“The sun is the biggest threat,” Mark said, adding that he’s concerned about what the weather will do to their kids’ skin.

“There are so many things that can happen to your skin that you can’t control,” Melissa Schohreas said.

She says that the family has contacted insurance companies to make plans to get their kids sun protection fixed.