Debris! Wednesday February 23, 2005, 1 comments

Notice!

Back from the brink, my friends. Though this was not the best year to ski Whistler/Blackcomb, it was still better than skiing in Ontario.

With about a mile of vertical and some remarkably challenging runs, this ski-trip to the west coast of Canada was more than worth it. I got to visit some friends and family, I got to see some spectacular sights, and I got to ski what might be Canada’s longest ski runs.

In short, it was a blast.

More pictures will follow, but for now, the above Notice will have to suffice. I will post a play-by tonight, complete with more fine images from the top of the world.


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Jorge Wednesday February 23, 2005


Sweet.

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