Monthly Archives: December 2010

Vermont wild things

My brother Andrew and I went nordic skiing together yesterday at Bolton Valley — not much has changed. We also saw a dromedary and a donkey on the way from our house in Essex to Bolton, on Route 2. Camels–which have … Continue reading

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A higher consciousness

Yesterday, on the way from Bozeman to Burlington, I logged quality time in the Denver and Chicago airports. As such, I am now a little more up to date on women’s winter style. Floopy, long shirts, fur-lined collars, stretchy pants … Continue reading

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Lisa’s snow report

Lisa Van Sciver has been writing a snow and avalanche report for the Jackson Hole Weekly for the past two years. I am lucky enough to be her best friend and sometimes editor, so I get to read the reports … Continue reading

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Spark plugs and a film premier

Last night Nick and Pat came home from a day of snowmobile skiing in the Crazy Mountains at the same time as I returned home from EMT refresher at Moonlight. After a bluebird day of spectacular powder skiing in the … Continue reading

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