By James Lummis
As I prepare for the upcoming ski season I am taking a vow declaring that Every Ski Day is a Good Ski Day. No longer am I going to let having fun take the back seat.
A Western Slope skier, there should be no shortage of fun in my life. I get great powder days at Powderhorn, incredible diversity of terrain at Aspen/Snowmass, and laps on the North Face T-bar at Crested Butte. But even on the best days, I don’t always put aside other obligations. With a computer in my pocket, I find myself working on lifts, cringing when the phone rings and generally distracted, thinking about work when I should be lost in the joy of perfect turns. Even when I turn off my phone, I’ve let less than pristine conditions, or less than 100% open terrain, diminish my day. Continue ReadingRead More »