The Return of Winter

Posted by piphunt on January 26, 2009 in Adventures of Pip, skiing

Not only does today mark the end of Winter OR ’09 but also the return of winter! After a dismal two week high pressure system which left me wondering if I should trade in my Czars for some Mai Tai’s and hit the pipe. Pipe dreams aside, I’m stoked it’s finally snowing again! I sacrificed […]

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Outdoor Retailers 2009

Posted by piphunt on January 22, 2009 in Adventures of Pip, skiing

I spent today helping the Salomon team set up the booth for the Outdoor Retailers Trade Show . This is my third year at OR. The first year I went I was an Outdoor Idol, which is an award given to outstanding athletes in outdoor sports who give back to their community by the Outdoor […]

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Asher Crank

Posted by piphunt on January 16, 2009 in Adventures of Pip, skiing

It was the 2nd anniversary of Ashers accident this past Tuesday and I’ve had multiple attempts to write something in his memory. It’s funny that when you really want to sit down and right something, just how impossible this task can be. Tuesday was was of the most fun days I’ve ever had skiing in […]

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Boys and Girls Club take 2

Posted by piphunt on January 12, 2009 in Adventures of Pip, skiing

Yesterday was day two skiing with the Boys and Girls Club, and it was just as much fun as last time. I skied in the morning with the same kids as last time, Lydia, Corey, and Tanner. We had a blast shredding around Sunnyside before taking it up the Sugarloaf to graduate them to Blue […]

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Posted by piphunt on January 5, 2009 in Adventures of Pip, skiing

I joined the ladies of  Shejumpsa non-profit organization that aims to increase the participation of women in outdoor activities, and the Boys and Girls Club at Alta on Saturday, teaching some of the older kids how to ski. First off, the event was a huge success, and I’m so grateful that Vanessa and Claire gave […]

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