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Category Archives: Skiing – Alpine
It’s really hard to get up in the morning to go outside for a walk when it’s dark! Not only is it dark when my alarm goes off but it’s still dark when Gail and I finish our walk. I … Continue reading
Dan and I are in Washington, our annual fall visit with our daughter Laura and her husband Mike. Our tradition is to come in a day early and enjoy a bit of sight seeing in the area. We’ve had lots … Continue reading
We left Bozeman at 5:30am with the full moon setting behind us in the west. Thirteen and a half hours later we pulled into home with the full moon rising in the east. AHHHH! Hot tub, wine, bed. In that … Continue reading
When we began this sabbatical there were endless days of skiing ahead of us. Now we’re counting down and beginning to look forward to going home. It’s spring break in Montana and Big Sky is busy! Good to see so … Continue reading
Before we left for skiing I checked the news and saw the devastation in Japan. Suddenly a bluebird day with 3 inches of new snow just didn’t seem important anymore. My life is on hold with this trip but their … Continue reading
Started the day with a quick walk with the dogs. Feels like I’m getting back into my rhythm, altho it’s not a walk at 5:30am but rather at 8am. Still a chance to get out and move at my pace. … Continue reading
I’ve been off the grid for 5 days. After skiing at Vail Meta and I drove back to Bozeman on Friday, Dan and I drove to Sandpoint, Idaho on Saturday, skied Schweitzer Sunday and Monday and then drove back on … Continue reading
Third day on a mountain is always the magic day. You begin to feel at home, have some favorite runs and know how to manage the snow conditions as the day progresses. Another bluebird day with near spring conditions. The … Continue reading
When I travel with family I am the self assigned caregiver. Traveling with a group of women is totally different, and I love it. It’s always amazing to watch a HOW trip come together. Eleven women of various connections … Continue reading