Viewing posts by Jill Adler

Dec 05th 2010

Tread Lightly Early Ski Season

If a skier crashes in the woods at Solitude is there anyone there to see it? The answer is a definitive "yes". In fact, you can crash multiple times and despite all of the tales of aloneness at Solitude, someone will most assuredly be there to see it and to offer you ski lessons in the future. Read More

Dec 02nd 2010

The Outdoors Indoors For Christmas

I know what you're thinking. "Why am I sitting on my computer reading a blog when I should be shopping?" If you're like the millions of Americans faced with yet another dreaded gift-giving holiday, you're procrastinating and you're lost. Life has definitely gotten easier with the Internet when it comes to Christmas shopping but you still have to add that human element- the one that decides what the perfect gift is. I've got an iPod touch and a Rachael Ray cooking pot on my wishlist. But then my boyfriend comes home the other day with the cutest little Christmas tree ornament and I think OMG who could ask for anything more? He knows me. He really knows me. Read More

Nov 29th 2010

Storms For the Holidays

It got good; it's getting good; it's going to be good. I don't care how many forecasters and automated voicemails tell me to hunker down there's a 'snow emergency' I'm never going to believe them again until I ski it with my own two boots. Read More

Nov 23rd 2010

The Canyons Faces Facebook Fans

[caption id="attachment_9360" align="alignnone" width="170" caption="The Canyons Goes Full Speed To Get The New Orange Bubble Lift Running"][/caption] Read More


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