Tweet After camping in the pouring rain and bundling up under grey skies, our spring vacation to the desert wasn’t exactly how I had imagined. Where was my blue sky, warm weather and shorts? After checking into our room at the Imperial Palace, eating a delicious meal at Bartolotta and speed walking back to our …read the rest
Tweet It’s snowing in the Wasatch. Not just snowing, dumping and my facebook newsfeed is spewing “best powder day of the year”, “sooo deep at Alta”, and “waist deep? Hell yeah!” every five minutes or so. What am doing on facebook? Well, obviously, I’m not skiing. In fact, I’m so far away from the Little …read the rest
Tweet One of my favorite things when I arrive in a new town is to check out the grocery store. Yes, I know, I just arrived in Jackson Hole, with the Tetons laid out before me and the infamous Cowboy bar waiting for me to get thirsty, but it’s the Whole Grocer that is calling …read the rest
Tweet This past weekend I headed up to the Pacific Northwest for my first ski trip. After years of Molly Baker and Re Wikstrom raving about Mt. Baker, and abandoning the canyons of Salt Lake City for the illustrious Shuksan Arm I headed North and landed squarely in Crystal Mountain. My heel click may of …read the rest
Tweet Just wanted to post that Holly Walker posted an interview between us on Doglotion.com. Check out the story here!
Tweet It’s been busy past week to say the least. From a down-home kind of season so far, I feel like I’ve hit the road with a bang. First stop was Aspen, to meet up with fellow Marmot athletes Greg Ernst, Darcy Conover, Emma Landine, and Shea Flyn and photographer Gabe Rogel to shoot the …read the rest
Tweet The ski community is one of close-knit friendships, shared for what each of us are commonly passionate about. This united passion fuels our family, constantly adding new members, and sometimes, it takes them from us. We’ve also all lost someone, or a few people, who have kindled these passions in us. Last night, we …read the rest