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February 2016

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Beginner Skier

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn “Do you know how you get these things apart?” queried the man, in a soft southern drawl.  I turned around to see a man holding a pair of downhill skis.  As is often the case, the skis were slapped together, tip to tip, tail to tail…

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What Qualifies as a Snow Day?

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Seeing those first flakes falling out of the sky.  Anticipation building a snow starts to blanket the back yard, and then the street in front of our house.  As the inches of snow built up alongside our walk way, I thought Maybe, just maybe…  Could we…

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Teaching kids to ski

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn “Are you okay?  Should we call someone?” shouted a man clad in a green parka who was sitting on the chairlift passing near by. “We’re fine!” I answered as I waved back. And we really were fine.  Although I could understand the man’s concern.  There I…

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Landslide!

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn It was a beautiful summer day t Glacier Point in Yosemite National Park.  The sky was azure blue, a blue that seems to be most vibrant up in the mountains.  Having just arrived for a few days after working all week, I felt relaxed and happy to…

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