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A Fearless Weekend by being LA Posted Mon 05 Dec 2011 4:57pm This weekend was all about… The Santa Ana Winds Book Club with the Dessert Darling Photo shoot with Healthy is the New Skinny Cozy little neighborhood bar in Manhattan Beach called The SideDoor Vinyasa Yoga at Equinox Lunch at Tender Greens , Santa Monica location Ski Channel’s premier of Winter  at t ... Read on »
Don't Try This on Your Own by fitink Posted Fri 27 Mar 2009 12:00am My heart dropped when I visited the Outside Online blog and read the latest post. I thought my eyes were deceiving me--after all it was late and I was tired--when I read of yet another accident involving yet another famous name while skiing. This time the skiing world mourns the loss of one of its own, and a name to reckon with when it comes t ... Read on »
Ten Things Tuesday by Liz Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 12:00am Another wonderful carnival - and another themed day...I love it. Ten Things Tuesday is a practice in Thanksgiving - just being grateful in general - without having a single day of the year making us do it. This lovely carnival is hosted by the wonderful Xbox Wife - check her out (use the button on my sidebar - it will bring you right to her blog ... Read on »
TGR Skier Erik Roner Stars In Nitro Circus 3D Movie by hikingoutb Posted Tue 25 Dec 2012 7:46am Erik Roner North Face Sale has starred in Teton Gravity Research movies for almost a decade. For the past few years hes been known in the ski world for his stand-out ski-BASE jumping segments in our films. His current web series Roner Vision is one of the best ski-athlete series out there. But mainstream America knows Roner for being on the MT ... Read on »
I don’t believe this is a ... by Mombshells .. Posted Sun 14 Dec 2008 12:12am I don’t believe this is a phenomenon directly due to the third child syndrome. Honestly, was your second child perfection each day as she walked through the door? Isn’t it more likely the stylishly groomed and adorned children are one and onlys? Or with added nanny help at the very least? Not to mention one must factor in the PERSONALITY of o ... Read on »
Ski ski ski ski ski ski ski by Danielle L Posted Wed 30 Dec 2009 9:32am The fam and I are heading out for a mini ski trip. We’ll be ringing in the new decade in a slopeside hot tub, spent exhausted and jelloid from a full day of skiing. Then we’ll ski again New Year’s day, when the mountain is deserted because everyone is hungover! I’m hopeful to find powder, and maybe some fresh tracks. I of course expect full ... Read on »
Ski, Ski, Ski by dlease Posted Mon 18 Jan 2010 5:54am I just had an amazing stretch of 9 days where I skied 7 days. That's my best stretch of skiing in a few years, and it was a lot of fun, despite the fact that I was fighting a cold for the entire time. I think it's time for a week of low-key workouts or rest days so that my body can recover some now. I taught for two days last weekend (1/9-1/ ... Read on »
Mountain Biking Is Dominated By These Major Categories: by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 11 Mar 2009 3:18pm Cross-Country (XC) is the most popular form of mountain biking, and the standard for most riders. It generally means riding point-to-point or in a loop including climbs and descents on a variety of terrain. A typical XC bike weighs around 25-30 lbs, and has 0-4 inches of suspension travel front and sometimes rear. Some XC riders aspire to XC raci ... Read on »
OH, OREGON: Road Trippin’ Your Scenic Byways, Feastin’ on Your Panoply of Natural Wonders, You Amazin’ Beaver by Gambolin Man Posted Wed 28 Aug 2013 11:11pm The threat of a summer downpour brings drama and a peculiar aroma in the air. Braving tenebrous conditi ons without tent or tarp, the Gambolin’ Duo is camped on a bluff overlooking Oregon’s Crooked River in rangy desert country east of the Cascade Range. A lone Ponderosa Pine grows midway between our perch and a backdrop of jagged red rock tors, ... Read on »
The Thrills and Spills of Extreme Sports by Jacqueline .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 9:03am Take a sport – any sport – and add to it an element of danger and a dash of speed, and rework it in such a way that the player will need volumes of energy, adrenaline that loves that element of danger, and a passion for acrobatic stunts, and hey presto, you have an extreme sport. Once upon a time there was cycling (there still is), an ... Read on »