A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol

by Malcolm McMichael November 8, 2012 Features

It was long past dark on Christmas Eve 2008 and I was still at my desk.

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Marshall Pass

by Michele Murray November 8, 2012 Features

All roads lead somewhere if you can make it that far…

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moonlight chronicles #192

Moonlight Chronicles #192

by Dan Price October 3, 2012 October 2012

The latest Moonlight Chronicles from Dan Price.

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Reader Letter

Letters #192

by MG Admin October 3, 2012 Letters

Our most recent crop of letters to our beloved editor Fayhee.

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Salt to Summit

Mountain Media #192

by Andy Anderson October 3, 2012 Film

A collection of recent film and book reviews.

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Apres Ski Party

Après ski, the party at the end of the slopes

by Dawne Belloise October 3, 2012 Features

You just shredded every possible stash of new powder, so the need for après-ski brews, grub and the exchange of grandiose snow tales is well justified.

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MG 192 Brew Notes

Taos Hum

by Erich Hennig October 3, 2012 Mountain Brew Notes

Sometime late in the last century, rumors of a mysterious low-level hum audible in and around Taos, NM, grew loud enough to draw national attention.

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Ski Good Or Eat Wood: White Grizzly Adventures

by Dick Dorworth October 3, 2012 Features

White Grizzly Lodge is a labor of love and the love of labor of its owners, Carole and Brad Karafil, who, though they have university degrees in things like biology, special education, business and accounting, have devoted their lives to skiing.

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concrete memories

Concrete Memories

by Mike Sudmeier October 3, 2012 Features

One of the paradoxes of driving on concrete in search of powder is that what you search for is not a thing you wish to encounter any sooner than necessary.

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Artificial Snowstorm

Bob Chamberlain’s Mountain Vision #192

by Bob Chamberlain October 3, 2012 Mountain Vision

The beginning of the end began with a rumor that electrified the 1950s ski underground with the smoking news that, “They’re actually packing the snow in Aspen!”

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