I have never started a season off strong. I generally tip toe my way through the first couple races, usually still trying to figure a few things out that I didn’t dial in during the summer. This isn’t an attitude that I choose to have, rather one that I find myself in year after year. … More Tough Sluggin’
I had a really hard time trying to decide what to write this post about. I had intentions to write a quick post about our trip to Quebec in February, but February rolled into March and then I thought I would get one done after NorAm finals; next thing I know I’m half way through … More That’s a wrap!
Normally by now my instagram feed would have pictures of blue bird skies over the Austrian alps and I would be choking down schnitzel on the daily. However, that is not the case; if you’ve been living under a rock or somewhere deep in the woods then you might not have heard that most of … More Not, Globe Trotting
It’s been a little over a month since returning from Chile and I am getting eager to ski again! This past month has been great, visiting with friends and family, doing some yard work and of course working out. Nothing too exciting or out of the ordinary, but all things that I love to do! … More It’s Almost Here!
Where does the time go? Seriously, it feels as though just yesterday I was posting on this blog about Chile but that was already two months ago now. Let me bring you up to speed with what has happened since then. The month of October was full of daily gym workouts and catching up in … More Been way too long!
The last two weeks of skiing have been awesome! Although its a low snow year the conditions have been great, freeze-thaw cycles meant for some really firm snow and bluebird days made the deal that much sweeter. When its all said and done we will have skied 14 days in a row and covered all disciplines. … More Skiing In Portillo
Just some photos from the first couple of days of Skiing in Portillo.
South America has always been a destination that I have wanted to travel too. I think my desire to seek out and explore such unique places as the Andes mountains came from my dad. As a kid my family and I would gather in the living room and watch as my dad showed us slides … More New Country, New Language, No Luggage