With the end of ski season, comes mixed emotions. Our bodies are battered and tired. Our hips and knees really could use a break, while our ski coats and pants could use a good wash. Still, our souls could ski forever and the temptation to pack up the car and hit the road can take a deep […]
I saw this infographic back in February. There is some food for thought here. And remember, to paraphrase Humphrey Bogart, “we’ll always have skiing.” Thank goodness!
When ski season comes to close, it’s time to mend, clean and store your gear. Clean, Tune and Wax Your Skis Caring for your skis at the end of the season makes good sense. From a financial point of view, you’ve invested money in your family’s gear, so it’s important to preserve and protect that investment. […]
We’re on Spring Break! So today, a guest post from freelance writer, Hilary Smith. California and neighboring Nevada have recently experienced near record-breaking rainfall along with some serious flooding. All this precipitation has brought a ton of snow up to the Sierra Nevada Mountains and lifted the spirits of many snow-goers anticipating an enormous pile of fresh powder just […]
Just in time for Whistler Blackcomb’s spring season, here’s an insider interview with Brave Ski Mom Tara Laitinen. Why Whistler Blackcomb? Whistler is my home mountain, so without a doubt, I am completely biased. Whistler is a big mountain with all of the skiing and bells and whistles that go with a high-end full service resort. […]