The Art of Life

Posts tagged with turningordinarylifeintoextraordinaryart

  1. Rugged

    22 Feb 2017

    Each time the weather is clear enough for me to see the peak of Hudson Bay Mountain I am left at a loss. Somehow words don’t seem to adequately describe the varied emotions that I feel. But since these things I’m typing and you’re reading are words, I shall try.…

  2. The Decoy

    22 Feb 2017

    It was the first day of the 2014/15 season and a friend and I drove up to the ski hill and spent the afternoon touring up to Crater Lake. We were glad there was enough snow to tour up, and ski most of the way down. When the snow became…

  3. Ski-Touring

    21 Feb 2017

    It’s been a growing difficulty for me to describe why I enjoy ski-touring so much. If you don’t already enjoy this activity, I can’t recommend it enough. One warning though, it’s highly addictive.

  4. Light and Shadow

    19 Feb 2017

    The afternoon of March 28, 2014 saw me touring up on the prairie on Hudson Bay Mountain. The way that the light fell on the drift in front of me caught my eye. There was something about the form of the snow and how the darkness of the shadow gave…

  5. Trail to Town

    18 Feb 2017

    My first exposure to ski-touring was in March of 2013 at the Extreme Everest Challenge on Hudson Bay Mountain (an 24-hour event where people skin up and ski down one of the runs chairside on the ski hill with the goal of doing the equivalent vertical of Mt. Everest) During…

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