snowboarder of the year

anonymous asked:

Is your phones lock screen a picture of just yourself too? And your home screen? What about your Facebook cover photo, or your twitter background? 🤔😂🙏🏻 The vanity is unreal with all these west coast lesbians man, honestly.

The fact that you had to write me something so negative and do it anonymously says enough…but to answer your questions…

Q: Is your phones lock screen a picture of just yourself too?
A: No, it’s a picture of the ocean I took with my drone.
Q:And your home screen?
A: no, it’s a picture of my little niece, Parker.

Q: What about your Facebook cover photo, or your twitter background?
A: My Facebook is me taking a picture of Parker at her 1st birthday party. Twitter, you caught me. It is me. BUT it really just shows my penguins jersey. It’s a photo from when I was snowboarding last year if you were curious about that too.

To respond to your last statement:
“The vanity is unreal with all these west coast lesbians man, honestly.”
- I live on the east coast. Hence my bio, Tampa, FL.


this is my blog. I can post whatever I feel like. I post pictures of my tattoos. Pictures I take. Noodles. The ocean. Quotes I like or I come up with. If you don’t like my page- don’t look at it. Swipe right and hop off. No one is forcing you.

Have a great day!

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Snowboarding in kimono and hakama 😂👘❄️
I haven’t been in the snow for 3 years and it felt so good 😭🙏🏻💕
着物と馬乗り袴でスノボやってみたw
風は強すぎてリフトは止まっちゃったが、宮城蔵王のいい思い出⭐️👘
着物は楽しい!普段着を取り戻そう!❤️



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Marco Siffredi was a 23-year-old French snowboarder with great aspirations. One such was to be the first person to snowboard down Mount Everest. He achieved this aspiration on 23 May, 2001, with the help of oxygen. However, due to lack of snow, Siffredi had to snowboard down an alternative route, the Norton Couloir, to the one he considered the Holy Grail of snowboarding, the Hornbein Couloir. Dissatisfied, Siffredi decided that he would attempt to snowboard down the Hornbein and departed for Nepal in August 2002, reaching the summit of Mount Everest on 8 September, 2002. The weather quickly changed and the two Sherpas that accompanied Siffredi urged him to  turn back as it was much too dangerous and Siffredi was complaining about being weak and tired. Siffredi disregarded their warnings and began to make his way to the Hornbein after resting for one short hour. It was shortly after this that the Sherpas lost sight of him but later reported seeing what they believed to be a man sliding down the face of the North Col. A search party discovered that snowboard tracks end approximately 1,500 feet down the Horbein Couloir. His body was never found.