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Breaking Trail

January 24, 2012

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It snowed well into the night last night in Juneau and I thought it would be a good time to go check out a trail that I have never been on when it’s snowy. A seven-minute drive got me to the head of the Dan Moller trail on Douglas Island across Gastineau Channel from Juneau. […]

A Day of Fish, Wine and Skiing

January 23, 2012

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I made it out on my downhill boards today and the snow was falling hard the whole time I was on the mountain. Each run was a freshy with crud chunks mixed in, and all in all a good day. I rode up with a woman who is preparing to go to Alta for a […]

In Search of the Perfect Stride

January 22, 2012

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  When you are in the rhythm and glide of a good ski, every stride can seem like a miracle, as simple and pure as breathing. The motion is much like walking, but with extension and glide. Classical nordic skiing is a form and practice where, in order to excel, you have to find the […]

Tawny Port with Chocolate Cream Pie

January 21, 2012

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Last night we had some friends over for dinner and it gave me an opportunity to try out a dessert that I found in the 2011 Top 100 Wines issue of Wine Spectator magazine. The dessert was a chocolate cream pie that was recommended to be paired with a 10-year-old Tawny Port. The creator of […]

If I Go to Sonoma

January 20, 2012

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If only! A few days ago I was given an open invitation from a friend who will be staying in the old Pueblo, on The Plaza in a pueblo with a porch, that is now known as Sonoma which is also within the county and wine region that is known as Sonoma. Her time there […]

When I Go to Winthrop…

January 19, 2012

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Juneau is still clear and sunny and I plan on getting out on my classical skis for a good stride while the snow is cold and the kick is good, but I have been looking into what a winter trip to the Methow Valley would be like. I first heard about the area when I […]

Living the Dream

January 17, 2012

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What can I say? I had a day of skiing that did not conjure dreams of skiing somewhere else in the world. We have not had precipitation of any kind to cover the ice rink state of the trails at sea level, but a drive of 20 minutes or less gets me to plenty of […]

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