Follow my blog with Bloglovin With the cold weather on the east coast causing such a major drag lately, it is certainly no wonder so many of us are cooped up inside. I mean, would you really expect for anyone to willingly walk outside when the temperature is like NEGATIVE? Not quite. There are those of us,… Continue reading How to dress for your next ski trip
As an avid skier on the east coast for my entire life, I have spent numerous days on the mountains of New England. My home mountain of Killington Resort has been my go to playground for the past ten years of my life with numerous weekly journeys to the winter wonderland that has always filled… Continue reading Eyes set to the west, a passion for skiing becomes reignited
Christmas has always been my favorite holiday. The lights. The music. The seasonal drinks. It's really a great start to a season that is otherwise known as one of the most depressing in the northeast. Luckily, many years ago I have found a way to beat the seasonal depression that affects so many of… Continue reading Christmas Day Skiing at Jiminy Peak.
Get ready. Remember the year that it was brutally cold in Connecticut? Okay, well it's always cold in Connecticut, but I'm talking more so than usual. I'm talking about when the weather of the North Pole makes its way to our state and people begin to stock up on heated blankets and snuggies rather than… Continue reading How to Survive a Polar Vortex.
There's no doubt that this has been a long winter for us in New England. The days were cold. The nights were even colder. The snow was, well, let's not even talk about the snow. The fact of the matter here is, that sometime after forty inches, we grew anxious for spring to come, and… Continue reading Summer, Where Are You?
So this year I've been pretty excited about the whole holiday decorating thing. I mean, honestly who isn't? Every year I, like many of you, unpack and search high and low for every single piece of decor I tucked away since the spring. I really hate that dreaded game. You think you know where everything… Continue reading Outside In: Decorating for Christmas from the Great Outdoors
As a professional skier, I take great pride in having the ability to master some of the toughest courses in New England. Our icy slopes are very much for the brave! As a professional, I watch the ice slowly and study it throughout the day. In the morning, the snow is good. In the afternoon,… Continue reading Bumps and Bruises to Show, a Skiing Accident Still Won’t Get Me Down!
As of late, I've been staying at the local resorts. The past week or so has been pretty dry for the ski resorts in the north country, so I figured this would be the perfect opportunity for me to spend my hard earned money locally. After all, the folks at these resorts are my neighbors!… Continue reading At Mohawk, the Snow is Good!
Spring has sprung says Chuckles, the furry little rodent from Connecticut. Six more weeks of winter our old man Phil proclaims out in Pennsylvania. Who's right? If you ask me, both rodents are drunk and were clearly pre gaming for today's festivities. I mean honestly, do they think we're naive! We've stopped trusting those furry… Continue reading In Drunken Groundhogs We Trust
Everyone knows I love a good road trip. I mean come on, who doesn't love to hit the pedal to the medal and jet the car across the open roads of America. What I love even more, however, is a good old fashioned ski trip to one of our many nearby resorts. Skiing takes the… Continue reading Social Vixen Heads to Catamount!