Tag Archives: Ski Tahoe
The ski season is ON! It just dumped 4 feet of fresh near Sugar Bowl and Halloween is next week!
We are stoked! This is the Sizzle reel for ESPN and the Discovery Channel to hopefully fight over and help us to get the message out.
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Squaw Valley Buys Alpine Meadows?! Are you kidding me?! …… YES!
This is breaking news from a few weeks ago and the news comes FIRST via this awesome Ski and soccer blog. It is great to hear and fun to share. Lucas befriended us with ice cold lager in the Squaw Valley Parking lot and cave us something to dream about.
When this comes to fruition, this will be the most awesome resort in the West! Spread the fake rumor and it may come true!
Skiers and Soccer players and everybody,… Squaw Valley Buys Alpine Meadows!… Sometime in the future…. Perhaps…. we hope… That would be awesome!
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Oh yeah, Skiers and soccer players and everybody else, Please opt in to my video newsletter under the video of me juggling a soccer ball that keeps playing. I am getting some great stuff sent out that includes free swag hookups and an “how-to” series including how to get out of a traffic ticket- guaranteed!. It is awesome.
Jeremy Allen dropped a nugget of advice that you can apply to every aspect of your life. If you live in your comfort-zone, you are the same person you were yesterday. You are the same skier and you will be the same tomorrow. Do what he says. Release yourself from your barriers and push yourself.
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You think that having cool shades makes an organization? Think again. What makes the Ski School at Northstar rock goes far deeper than their rock-star shades.
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Doug Demetre always delivers supreme mentorship and advice. The best advice is timeless and can be applied in multiple disciplines. Listen close. He speaks softly but his advice carries a big stick.
When Doug was on the hill with his students, he sometimes had to film them with an 8mm camera. He had to lug the film on his back in a 40lb box.