It may not be the season’s so far skimpy snow fall, but I’m reasonable sure there is a good reason why there weren’t any other tracks in the snow where I ended up the other day. And it might have something to do with the Lone Star state’s lack of a reputation for skiing – … Read more
Here’s a few recent pieces from print media. Starting with three from the January issue of the Chronicle’s Carve magazine. Seneca Boards - CRVp.04 Backcountry ski guide – CRVp.14 Mt. Ellis classic line – CRVp.15 And, after a bit of confusion, here’s another ski story, which found its way into the page of Outside Bozeman. Skiing … Read more
Catching an edge and becoming a lawn dart are not likely to ever become a thing of the past on skis. But, the pain of slamming face first into whatever rock, ice, hard pack or even powder might be underneath might be.
Like many good stories, this one starts with what most of those effected jokingly refer to at some point as an “addiction.” It’s not that they can’t stop, though few of them have probably ever tried, but that the passion’s influence extends far beyond the time they spend on the slopes. With an especially high … Read more