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Ski Partner In Paradise

February 22, 2012

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My daughter has a day off from school because of parent/teacher conferences and I managed to pry her away from her Anime so we could go for a ski. At sea level it is still rainy and wet, but it has been snowing steadily at the base of Eaglecrest and higher. The downhill area is […]

A Sense of Place

February 21, 2012

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I find my thoughts returning to Terry Thiese’ Reading Between the Wines on a regular basis. Today when I was attempting to find a passage that I wanted to reference, I found inspiration in another. One of the chapters that Thiese laid out in his treatise is entitled “The Three Humors.” Theise feels that there […]

Wild Fish Elegance

February 20, 2012

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My kids are home from school because of Presidents’ Day and we are taking it slow. Lots of wet snow fell down here at sea level last night and into the morning, and I am sure that a lot of wonderful “Champagne” powder fell on Eaglecrest last night. Achh! I try not to think of […]

Little Man Learns to Ski

February 19, 2012

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Sunday is the day that I focus on furthering my kids’ skills on skis. My daughter skis with the local 4H nordic ski club and I ski with my son during that time. The little man was first out on skis a couple of years ago. We put his skis in the tracks and he […]

A Fishing Mother’s Daughter

February 18, 2012

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Earlier this fall my daughter was presented with the challenge of creating a drawing that would be adjudicated by the Juneau Public Library in a contest that would grant winners the honor of their entry being printed into a bookmark for the library system. Out of all the 4th graders who entered the contest, my […]

Smoke Perfume

February 17, 2012

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More snow fell on Eaglecrest last night and I headed up to do some downhill and cross-country skiing. The sun broke through the fog just as I got to the top and I went in search of some untouched powder. I got a little mad at myself for being chicken on a steep chute, but […]

The Fifth Taste

February 16, 2012

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We got some snow at the elevations last night so I headed up to Eaglecrest this morning to get on my downhill skis. The snow at the bottom of the mountain was very heavy, but at the top and down to mid-mountain the snow was powdery and I managed to find some sections that hadn’t […]

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