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  • On a Grand Scale: Mammoth Feature for Alaska Airlines
    March 10, 2014 · 0 Comments

    On a Grand Scale: Mammoth Feature for Alaska Airlines

    ON A RECENT SPRING MORNING in Mammoth Lakes, frost covers the tree branches and the creeks are still frozen from the winter cold. The sun is just beginning to shine, rising above the…

  • In the Backcountry: Kimmy Fasani’s Return to Powder
    February 25, 2014 · 0 Comments

    In the Backcountry: Kimmy Fasani’s Return to Powder

    In a sport where big impacts and injuries are common, snowboarders have to be fit—bulletproof even. So when the International Olympic Committee announced the addition of Snowboard Slopestyle to the Winter Olympics program…

  • Adventures in Wonderland
    December 9, 2013 · 0 Comments

    Adventures in Wonderland

    For some, the winter season presents a prime opportunity to stay inside, huddled under a blanket with a cup of steaming hot chocolate in hand. For others, the pull of the slopes is…

  • Fast Times at the Mammoth Track
    November 6, 2013 · 0 Comments

    Fast Times at the Mammoth Track

    Olympic marathon runners Deena Kastor and Meb Keflezighi made a name for Mammoth Lakes, Calif. when they moved to the High Sierra town to train with coaches Joe Vigil and Bob Larsen in 2001….

  • Haute Wine: Salvatore Ferragamo’s Il Borro Winery
    September 10, 2013 · 0 Comments

    Haute Wine: Salvatore Ferragamo’s Il Borro Winery

    From fashion design to winemaking, the family of the late Salvatore Ferragamo brings the patriarch’s vision and craftsmanship to Tuscany’s Il Borro Winery. By Monica Prelle | Bespoke Magazine, Summer 2013 THE ART…

  • A Mere Mortal Cannot Kill a Goddess
    September 4, 2013 · 0 Comments

    A Mere Mortal Cannot Kill a Goddess

    Before you get all teary-eyed about the closing of Restaurant Skadi, pop a bottle of your favorite bubbly and raise your glass — this is a story worth celebrating. Restaurant Skadi opened its…

  • Wines of Chile: feature in Montage Magazine
    May 9, 2013 · 0 Comments

    Wines of Chile: feature in Montage Magazine

    WITH ITS COOL OCEAN BREEZES, long growing season and unlimited snowmelt, Chile’s Mediterranean climate is a viticulture paradise. Thanks to upgrades in modern winemaking equipment and ideal regions, the South American country is…

  • Mountain Majesty: Mammoth destination piece in Alaska Arlines Magazine
    March 14, 2013 · 0 Comments

    Mountain Majesty: Mammoth destination piece in Alaska Arlines Magazine

    RIDING UP MAMMOTH Mountain’s Eagle Express chairlift, I take in the panoramic views and the early morning spring sunshine. As I look out at the snowcapped Sherwin Range and Mammoth Crest—the sweeping ridge…

  • 4 Days in Breckenridge, Colorado
    November 9, 2012 · 0 Comments

    4 Days in Breckenridge, Colorado

    “Before I visited Breckenridge in late September, it was one of those ski towns I’d heard of but didn’t think I needed to check out. I live in my own mountain town in…

  • Lake Superior Aerial Tour
    August 1, 2012 · 0 Comments

    Lake Superior Aerial Tour

    It was my first time riding shotgun in an airplane. We were on an aerial tour of Lake Superior with Wilderness North’s Pilot Guy Cannon behind the controllers.  Thankfully I did not lose…

  • California’s Central Coast: A Dogcation Destination
    May 19, 2012 · 2 Comments

    California’s Central Coast: A Dogcation Destination

    The Salty-Sandy Adventures of Blueberry and Holden Dogs like a good road trip as much as you and I do, and for a couple of mountain hounds there is no better camping destination…

  • Notes from the Precious Forest Cabin
    January 16, 2012 · 7 Comments

    Notes from the Precious Forest Cabin

    The afternoon was almost silent. Bees buzzed overhead and a sprinkler watered the freshly excavated dirt; I lounged on the second floor deck at the Precious Forest Cabin, basking in the afternoon sun….

In the Backcountry: Kimmy Fasani’s Return to Powder
February 25, 2014 · 0 Comments

In the Backcountry: Kimmy Fasani’s Return to Powder

In a sport where big impacts and injuries are common, snowboarders have to be fit—bulletproof even. So when the International Olympic Committee announced the addition of Snowboard Slopestyle to the Winter Olympics program…

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