By James Lummis
Skiing for me is a number of things. Skiing is time outdoors. It’s adrenaline inducing. It’s fun with family and friends. And, especially for me, skiing is a time to improve my skills.
I have been in constant pursuit of the perfect run, which for me is not fresh snow, or untracked corduroy, but a run with perfect turns, my body and hands downhill, and my speed controlled with ease. Unfortunately the pursuit of perfection is usually an unworthy goal and underachieved pursuit that often ends with unrealized results.
Well you can imagine if I spend my ski days pursuing perfection with admittedly limited results, I may not be the best company. Continue Reading
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