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#roadtrip to #ski #mtshasta with @merejune. Been on the list for awhile and heard it was #skiing good. 50mph constant wind and suncupped frozen solid at the top changed to this photo lower, smooth soft #cornskiing! 5 hours from the parking lot to the summit and 7,100 vert. Now just 15 hour drive home. @bolle_eyewear @boldpoles @minus33merinowool #gopro #notoverit #picoftheday #californiaadventure #skiingmag #mountainmoment (at Mount Shasta Summit)

Today was awesome we got picked for the hot gear list. Guess they thought Bluetooth beanies where a good ideas too. We are honored @skiingmagazine thanks it was rad to meet you guys. Be headwear taking sia by storm #beheadwear #bluetoothheadwear #beheadwear #skiingmag

Mind if I play through? #Centennialinvitational #centennialskiers #jonsjourneys @skiingmagazine @zealoptics #exploremore @silveroakcellars @davidsilveroak @go_enerplex @underarmour @mountainhardwear #mountainhardwear #whataspot #colorado #centennials #13ers #skithe13ers #skiingmag #frontrange #golf @thegoscope @gopro @dynafit #dynafit @kastleski #xplorer #longdrive #bluebird #earnyourturns #notoverit #14ers Photo from drjonkedski http://bit.ly/1QJeilr

SKIING could claim the title for most majestic magazine photography in a sport that’s already over the top visually. The magazine’s 65th anniversary issue splashes an erie, gnarled tree stump on a nighttime Utah slope, a deadly impediment to careless downhill speeders. If that scary stump doesn’t grab the attention of aficionados of the nearly $11 billion pastime, perhaps its cover story might trigger a lifestyle change — at least until spring — with its amusing how-to guide on living a lavish life as a ski bum. For each of its 65 years of publishing, this month’s issue offers one quick ski tip in a page-turner piece, e.g., never ski with your dog (your ski edges are giant knife blades right at paw level) and stuff dryer sheets in your damp boots and gloves to prevent them from stinking. Besides insiders’ reviews of slopes from Japan to Kashmir, the mag’s lengthy page lineup of grandiose photos of snow capes and daring ski action is worth its $6.99 cover price.
—  New York Post